To restore messages using an automated task
- In the Recovery Manager Console, from the main menu, select Manage | Automated Tasks.
- In the view that opens, click the Create button.
- On the Select Template page of the wizard that opens, in the Groups of templates list, expand the appropriate nodes to select the template that best suits your needs.Step through the wizard to complete the creation of your task and run or schedule the task as needed.
For more information about automated tasks, see Automated tasks.
This method includes the following steps:
Step 1: Find and select the messages to restore
To find and select the messages
Search source storages for the messages you want to restore. For more information about how to search for messages, see Searching for messages, attachments, or folders in source storages.
When your search is complete, in the Search results list, select the check boxes next to the messages you want to restore, and click Restore.
Step 2: Restore the messages
To restore the messages
- In the wizard that starts, on the Select Grouping Option page, select Group Messages by Mailboxes, and click Next.
- On the Select Type of Target Storage page, select Home Exchange Server, and click Next.
- On the Specify Target Domain page, enter the name of the domain that hosts the Exchange Server mailboxes where you want to restore messages.
- On the How to Handle Missing Target Mailboxes? page, select what you want to do in case target mailboxes are not found in the specified domain.
- Follow the steps in the wizard to complete the message restore operation.
When searching for messages in a source storage, you can preview a message by double-clicking the message entry in the Search results list.
When browsing a source storage in the main window, you can preview a message by right-clicking that message and clicking Open.
To preview messages, Recovery Manager for Exchange integrates with Microsoft Outlook to display the message content in a standard Outlook window. In order to preview messages with Recovery Manager for Exchange, Microsoft Outlook must be installed on the Recovery Manager for Exchange computer and set as the default email client. For a list of Microsoft Outlook versions supported by Recovery Manager for Exchange, see the “System Requirements” section in the Release Notes supplied with this version of Recovery Manager for Exchange.
For more information about configuring Microsoft Outlook for use with Recovery Manager for Exchange, see Configuring Microsoft Outlook.