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Figure 5-11 Viewing the Client Settings tab of a mailbox database
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Once an item has been deleted, it can be recovered if the Keep Deleted Items For (Days) value (referred to as deleted item retention time within the Exchange community) has been set on the user s mailbox database This value only refers to items that have been removed from the Deleted Items folder in Outlook Once a user empties his or her Deleted Items folder, the value you set for deleted item retention will be enforced For instance, let s assume that Jenay Johnson sent John Smith an e-mail about the new ad campaign John accidentally deleted it and then emptied his Deleted Items folder Now, he needs to recover this e-mail What John should do is navigate to the Tools menu in his Outlook client, click Recover Deleted Items, select the item he wishes to recover, and then click Recover Selected Items This action will make these items appear in the Deleted Items folder in the Outlook client, at which point John can move these items to any folder he desires
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Once you ve set the Keep Deleted Mailboxes For (Days) value (referred to as the mailbox retention interval), you can recover a deleted mailbox as long as you re within the interval To be honest though, the idea of deleting a mailbox is permanent; this value
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applies to the situation where you delete the user associated with a mailbox and the mailbox becomes disconnected The recovery process involves reconnecting a mailbox to an account in Active Directory You can see the process of reconnecting a disconnected mailbox in 3
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If you ve set a deleted mailbox retention time but would like to manually purge a mailbox from a mailbox store, you can do this by performing the following steps First, navigate to the mailbox store you wish to work with, and highlight the Mailboxes icon inside the store Find the deleted mailbox you wish to purge (it should have an X over its icon), right-click the mailbox, and select Purge Confirm your action, and the mailbox will be permanently removed from the mailbox store and its items will not be recoverable, unless the store is recovered from tape backup
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Reading Mailbox Summaries
Exchange 2000/2003 provided you with a summary of information about the mailboxes within a given mailbox database In Exchange 2007, you ll need to use the Exchange Management Shell to retrieve the same information Exchange 2000/2003 would display such information as the mailbox name, who the last user was to log on to the mailbox, the number of messages stored in each mailbox, the total size of each mailbox, the last logon time for each mailbox, and the last logoff time for each mailbox In order to accomplish this in Exchange 2007, you ll need to utilize the get-mailboxfolderstatistics command
CREATING PUBLIC FOLDER DATABASES
Public folder databases are created and managed in the same manner as mailbox databases, but with some key differences For instance, replication configurations are available in the database s properties, but it requires more effort to administer a public folder database If you would like more information on how to create and manage public folder databases and public folders, refer to 4
SUMMARY
In this chapter, you have seen how to create and manage both storage groups and individual databases You have also seen how to move the database files for both a storage group and an individual database Finally, you ve learned how to delete and recover individual items in a mailbox database, as well as an individual database, through the use of the Exchange Management Console In the next chapter, we ll begin to look at the server roles in more detail, beginning with the Hub Transport role
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