Exchange 2003 edb corruption
I recently had a server crashed which contained both files and exchange email data. The backup was able to recover the exchange databases and I was able to extract all user data except one mail box which has emails with attachments but no content in the body of the email. Esutil is reporting that the edb file is in a dirty state. Is there a repair tool that can correct the database that’s currently in a dirty state?
The exchange version is Exchange 2003 with service pack 2 installed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I believe if you don't have the log files you'll just lose the data contained within them. The utility you are looking for is eseutil. Follow this article and require hard repair of database.http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996773(v=exchg.65).aspx
Eseutil is what people typically use. Do you not trust Microsoft? There are some out there as EDB Repair Kit. You can use it if you can not to restore using microsoft tool. http://www.edb.repair/
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