Deleted Accounts(E-mail Exchange) HELP!!!


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John

We are currently sitting in a Mixed Mode Environment. Between a WinNT Domain
and Win2K Active Directory. We have Multiple WinNT Domain. In Active
Directory Management, under Users I noticed there was alot of User Accounts
that all had a -1 after them. So I highlighted all these accounts and
deleted them. When I did this, it apparently wiped out all the e-mail
accounts on the other NT Domains out there. Somehow, these accounts with
the -1 were associated to e-mail accounts on the other NT Domains. Can
anyone explain why? And since this account is deleted, it looks like the
e-mail account is deleted as well. Is the e-mail account gone as well, or is
there a way to restore it?? Any help would be appreicated.
 
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Meinolf Weber

Hello John,

Check in Exchange if the mailbox still exist. What version do you use?

Best regards

Meinolf Weber
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Meinolf Weber

Hello John,

Do you have backup from mailbox or the complete exchange database.

Best regards

Meinolf Weber
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Meinolf Weber

Hello John,

I think, then you are lost, with recovering a mailbox. But i would also trying
to post this in an exchange NG microsoft.public.exchange or microsoft.public.exchange.admin

Best regards

Meinolf Weber
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