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Microsoft Exchange Server PowerShell Cookbook - Third Edition by Mike Pfeiffer, Jonas Andersson

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Restoring deleted items from mailboxes

One of the most common requests that Exchange administrators are asked to perform is to restore deleted items from a user's mailbox. In the previous versions of Exchange, there were usually a couple of ways to handle this. First, you can use your traditional brick-level backup solution to restore individual items in a mailbox. Of course, there is also the more time-consuming process of exporting data from a mailbox located in a recovery database. Exchange 2010 reduced the complexity of restoring deleted items by implementing a feature called single item recovery. When this feature is enabled, administrators can recover the purged data from an end user's mailbox using the Search-Mailbox cmdlet. In this recipe, ...

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