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Restoring Application Items from Microsoft Exchange

Veeam Backup & Replication integrates with Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange. Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange lets you browse Microsoft Exchange mailbox stores in VMs located on storage snapshots and restore Microsoft Exchange items that you need.

Before you start working with Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange, you need to extract a Microsoft Exchange database (an EDB file) from the storage snapshot. You can do it in two ways:

  • You can use the Microsoft Exchange Item Level Restore wizard. In this case, Veeam Backup & Replication will automatically extract a Microsoft Exchange database from the storage snapshot and open it in Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange. For more information, see Using the Microsoft Exchange Item Level Restore Wizard.
  • You can restore VM guest OS files from a backup of a virtualized Microsoft Exchange server, manually locate a Microsoft Exchange database and open it in Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange. For more information, see Opening Microsoft Exchange Database Manually.
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