You can use the Select Grouping Option page to select how you want to group the messages being restored.
Table 58: User interface elements
|Do not group messages
|Restores all messages to a registered target storage or exports each message to an individual .eml, .msg, or .txt file.
|Group messages by mailboxes
|Restores messages from the same mailbox to an individual .pst file or a single folder in a registered target storage.
|Group messages by folders
|Restores messages from the same folder to an individual .pst file or a single folder in a registered target storage.
On the Select Action for Messages page, you can select to restore messages to a target storage or export messages to a preferred file format.
Table 59: User interface elements
|Restore messages to a registered storage
|Restores all messages to a registered target storage. If you click this option, on the next page of the wizard you can select a registered target storage to restore to or register a new target storage.
|Export each message to a separate .eml file
|Saves each message to an individual .eml file.
|Export each message to a separate .msg file
|Saves each message to an individual .msg file.
|Export each message to a separate .txt file
|Saves each message to an individual .txt file.
On the Select Target Storage page, the wizard lists all target storages registered with Recovery Manager for Exchange.
In the Registered writable storages list, you can expand a target storage node and select the folder to which you want to restore messages.
You can click Add to register a new target storage. The user interface that appears is similar to that of the Add Storage Wizard. For more information, see Add Storage Wizard.
To select a target folder
In registered target storages, you can create new folders and rename or delete existing folders.
To rename, delete, or create a folder in a target storage
On the Specify Options for Target .Eml Files page, you can specify the location where you want to generate target .eml files. You can use the text box to type a path to that location, or click Browse to browse for that location and select it. Each message is exported to an individual .eml file.
Table 60: User interface elements
|Retain original folder structure
|Creates the original source storage folder hierarchy in the specified target location. Target files are generated in the appropriate level of the hierarchy to reflect the location of the exported messages in the source storage.
|Add the source storage name as a prefix to the names of target files
|Precedes the names of all target .eml files with the source storage name.
|Add the time of creation as a suffix to the names of target files
|Appends the date and time of creation to the names of all target .eml files.
|Apply security to target files
|Applies access permissions to target .eml files.
|Displays the dialog box you can use to view or change access permissions that will be applied to the new target files created by Recovery Manager for Exchange in the result of a restore or export operation.
|Generate hash for target files
|Creates an .md5 hash file for each generated .eml file. The .md5 hash files are created in the same folder as the target .eml files.