If a user needs to recover an Exchange database or multiple databases due to severe corruption or disaster recovery, you can restore the database(s) and abrogate an existing database or perform a restore if no databases exist. If you want to perform selective or partial recovery, you can restore it to a recovery database. After attaching the recovered data as a recovery database, the Exchange administrator can restore individual mailboxes and even individual items within a mailbox.
But performing the manual approach to restore Exchange databases is not an easy job. Users can look for some alternative to the native methods; Using a third-party Exchange recovery tool, you can easily recover the Exchange database without losing the data integrity.
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