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Restoring Folders and Items

Restoring Folders and Items Note:

If you want to restore In-Place Hold Items and Litigation Hold Items to the original mailbox system folders, consider the following limitations:

  • Restore of In-Place Hold Items is not supported for Exchange Server 2013 due to Exchange limitations.
  • To restore In-Place Hold Items of Exchange 2016 mailboxes, these mailboxes must have In-Place Hold enabled and applied at least once, with DiscoveryHolds system folder creation. Otherwise, restore of In-Place Hold Items will fail with an error. For information on enabling In-Place Hold and Litigation Hold, see the In-Place Hold and Litigation Hold in Exchange 2016 article.
  • Currently, Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange does not support browsing and restoring items from the Versions subfolder of the Recoverable Items folder used by In-Place Hold and Litigation Hold to preserve items.

To restore a folder or a mailbox item, do the following:

  1. In the navigation pane, select a folder or a mailbox item you want to restore.
  2. Depending on the object you want to restore, click Restore Folder or Restore Items and select Restore to. You can also use the corresponding context menu of the object.
  3. Specify the target mailbox and the domain account. You can either use your current account or specify a different one with the sufficient access level to perform the operation. See Required Permissions section. Click Next.

Restoring Folders and Items

  1. Specify the target mailbox server and a folder to which you want to recover your data. You can restore to the original folder or specify a different one. The specified folder  will be created under the root mailbox that is being restored in case it does not exist. Click Next.

Restoring Folders and Items

  1. Specify additional restore options and click Restore to begin the restore process.

Restoring Folders and Items

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