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jason-mac

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I need to recover a single users mailbox and leave it in the state that it was in as of Thursday night. Our server does a Friday night full back then differential backups every night. Outlook 2011 got corrupt and deleted most of this users mail off the server.

How do I recover that users entire folder? I looked at the manual but it only mentions restoring a single users mailbox from the full, but I need the differentials as well.

Could someone give me an example of how to do this? I'm on a Mac.

[Updated on: Sat, 15 October 2011 05:57]

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jason-mac

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For the record, the following page is the manual that I have already read but I still don't understand how to do it:

http://manuals.kerio.com/connect/adminguide/en/sect-kmsrecov er.html
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jason-mac

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Also, a full backup seems to consist of 36 zip files.
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TorW

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Your thinking is too complicated.

The manual page you linked to has a paragraph named "Recovery of a single user's mailbox" with examples and everything. If you read carefully, all you have to do to recover EVERYTHING in the user's mailbox is to enter the directory where all the backups are as the final argument. Kmsrecover will take care of the rest.
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