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The method I used to Recover the Public Folder Database Restore Exchange to a different location from a backup using Windows Server Backup Open the Exchange Management Console In the left menu thing navigate to Microsoft Exchange > Server Configuration > Mailbox In the center it will have the Server list. Select the Server Below where you selected the ...


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Are you still within the deleted item retention period for the folder? If so you should be able to restore it without having to resort to your backups. Right-Click the parent of the folder that has been delete and select "Recover Deleted Items", find the deleted folder and hit the "Recover Selected Items" button. There are more details instructions on ...


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If your goal is to prevent the old email address to be used as even if you keep the account open, I would remove all know email alias with the mailbox (and create a fake one as you need one) and hide the user in the GAL. A even better approch would be to export the user mailbox to a pst and archive it. You will save on backup time and space for your ...


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Basically, you should have a second NIC for this. If another NIC is not an option, try adding a virtual IP to the NIC, and then assign the certificates. I tried it once myself and it half worked, but didn't had enough time to do more testing.


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Try running Get-ClientAccessServer | Select Name, *Internal* | fl in the Exchange Powershell to pull back what your current settings are for the URLs and post it here. Have you checked that Autodiscover service is working properly? Go to https://testconnectivity.microsoft.com/ and run the tests.



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