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    Exchange 2010 Move DB = fail

    So my (test) exchange server ran out of space, so I created a new Virtual HD, and then in EMC used the move database wizard to move it to the New HD. The move said it was sucessful, but then it didnt remount. And now I cant access any of the mailboxes. I only have 1 working mailbox, so I dont mind ditching this corrupt database and starting from scratch if i need to...

    How would I go about either repairing this db, or starting with a new db on the new hd?

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    OK so I it was fairly straightforward to create a new database. I had to delete all existing users from the system, and then recreate them and their mailboxes, and then import their mail from the .pst.

    Wouldnt want to have to do this on a live environment!

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