Exchange Recovery storage Group

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Super0ne

Here is the scenario.

I have a mailbox that needs data restored from it.

The Exchange backup of the mailbox was performed on a Exchange Server that

was uninstalled. The mailbox in question was moved to a new exchange server

after the backup had taken place.

Is it possible to mount a RSG on the new exchange server, redirect my backup

to the new server and extract the data that way?

If not could I build a exchange server with the same name as the Original

server and restore data to a RSG on that server?

I've read the RSG qhite paper but I am finding it a little confusing.
 
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Oliver Moazzezi [MVP]

Hi there,

2003:

You can mount the database on the original server, or any other Exchange

Server in the SAME Administrative Group.

2007:

Database Portability allows the database to be mounted on any other Exchange

Server, not just as part of a Recovery Storage Group.

Oliver
 
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Super0ne

So I could just redirect the database restore to the RCG on the new server?

"Oliver Moazzezi [MVP]" wrote:


> Hi there,

> 2003:

> You can mount the database on the original server, or any other Exchange
> Server in the SAME Administrative Group.

> 2007:

> Database Portability allows the database to be mounted on any other Exchange
> Server, not just as part of a Recovery Storage Group.

> Oliver

>
 
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Super0ne

Just FYI...When I was saying RCG I was meaning Recovery Storage Group:)

"Super0ne" wrote:


> So I could just redirect the database restore to the RCG on the new server?

> "Oliver Moazzezi [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Hi there,
> > 2003:
> > You can mount the database on the original server, or any other Exchange
> > Server in the SAME Administrative Group.
> > 2007:
> > Database Portability allows the database to be mounted on any other Exchange
> > Server, not just as part of a Recovery Storage Group.
> > Oliver
> >
 
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Ed Crowley [MVP]

Are we supposed to guess your Exchange version?

Ed Crowley MVP

"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."

> .

"Super0ne" <Super0ne> wrote in message

news:B84D3B9E-7A38-4D5D-BFCA-E056DDEFB193@microsoft.com...
> So I could just redirect the database restore to the RCG on the new
> server?

> "Oliver Moazzezi [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Hi there,
>

>> 2003:
>

>> You can mount the database on the original server, or any other Exchange
> > Server in the SAME Administrative Group.
>

>> 2007:
>

>> Database Portability allows the database to be mounted on any other
> > Exchange
> > Server, not just as part of a Recovery Storage Group.
>

>
>> Oliver
>

>
>>
 
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Super0ne

I think it is either 4.0 or 5.0, then again maybe it is 2003......

"Ed Crowley [MVP]" wrote:


> Are we supposed to guess your Exchange version?
> > Ed Crowley MVP
> "There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."
> ..

> "Super0ne" <Super0ne> wrote in message
> news:B84D3B9E-7A38-4D5D-BFCA-E056DDEFB193@microsoft.com...
> > So I could just redirect the database restore to the RCG on the new
> > server?
> > "Oliver Moazzezi [MVP]" wrote:
> >
> >> Hi there,
> >
> >> 2003:
> >
> >> You can mount the database on the original server, or any other Exchange
> >> Server in the SAME Administrative Group.
> >
> >> 2007:
> >
> >> Database Portability allows the database to be mounted on any other
> >> Exchange
> >> Server, not just as part of a Recovery Storage Group.
> >
> >
> >> Oliver
> >
> >
> >>


>
 
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Ed Crowley [MVP]

Then the answer to your question is, "It depends."

Ed Crowley MVP

"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."

> .

"Super0ne" <Super0ne> wrote in message

news:7724B693-CF3D-4B32-B023-CC7FE63CEF64@microsoft.com...
> I think it is either 4.0 or 5.0, then again maybe it is 2003......

> "Ed Crowley [MVP]" wrote:
>
> > Are we supposed to guess your Exchange version?
> > > > Ed Crowley MVP
> > "There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems."
> > ..
>

>> "Super0ne" <Super0ne> wrote in message
> > news:B84D3B9E-7A38-4D5D-BFCA-E056DDEFB193@microsoft.com...
> > > So I could just redirect the database restore to the RCG on the new
> > > server?
> >> > "Oliver Moazzezi [MVP]" wrote:
> >> >> Hi there,
> > >
>> >> 2003:
> > >
>> >> You can mount the database on the original server, or any other
> > >> Exchange
> > >> Server in the SAME Administrative Group.
> > >
>> >> 2007:
> > >
>> >> Database Portability allows the database to be mounted on any other
> > >> Exchange
> > >> Server, not just as part of a Recovery Storage Group.
> > >
>> >
>> >> Oliver
> > >
>> >
>> >>

>

>>
 
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Oliver Moazzezi [MVP]

Exchange 2003 and on have support for RSG's. You can mount Exchange 2000

SP3+ databases however on an Exchange 2003 Server, but again it must be in

the same Administrative Group.

Oliver
 

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