Exchange 2007 RSG and Isinteg

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Stef

We are running exchange 2007 on a windows 2008 server, both are fully
patched. We backup with Backup Exec 12.5, again fully patched. All of our
backups finish without any problems.

Our problem; when i restore a database backup to a RSG and then try to
restore a mailbox i recieve errors telling me that the maxium number of
corrupted messages has been reached. i tried moving the limit up, but i have
to move the limit up to 5000 before it works and then i only get a few
emails not the complete contents of the mailbox.

After a bit of research i found a few similar cases. These were resolved by
running the following command:

isinteg -s test -fix -tests alltests

i'm quite new to exchange and i have never used this tool. How can i run
this against the RSG? Will it help? Can i run the command as it is now
(changing the server name of course) or does it need a database agrument?

Thanks for any pointers

Stef

 
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K. Orland

You should probably post this in the Exchange newsgroup since this doesn't
appear to be an Outlook question unless I missed something?

"Stef" <stef@web.de> wrote in message
news:98745FDB-976B-4863-A8EA-52FBFC73DC8B@microsoft.com...
> We are running exchange 2007 on a windows 2008 server, both are fully
> patched. We backup with Backup Exec 12.5, again fully patched. All of our
> backups finish without any problems.
>
> Our problem; when i restore a database backup to a RSG and then try to
> restore a mailbox i recieve errors telling me that the maxium number of
> corrupted messages has been reached. i tried moving the limit up, but i

have
> to move the limit up to 5000 before it works and then i only get a few
> emails not the complete contents of the mailbox.
>
> After a bit of research i found a few similar cases. These were resolved

by
> running the following command:
>
> isinteg -s test -fix -tests alltests
>
> i'm quite new to exchange and i have never used this tool. How can i run
> this against the RSG? Will it help? Can i run the command as it is now
> (changing the server name of course) or does it need a database agrument?
>
> Thanks for any pointers
>
> Stef
>


 
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