February 27, 2012 Leave a comment
During a recent SMB MVP Community Roadshow event in Edinburgh, a member of the audience asked us about Email restore in SBS 2011.
Although i knew this could be done, i had never actually done it. So i decided to work out how it was done with SBS 2011.
I found a lot of great resources online that helped me with the process and i have linked to them at the end of this post.
I’m focusing on a situation where we are restoring from a backup, rather than what is available through the Exchange dumpster (aka Recover Deleted Items) although i do cover that briefly below.
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