On this page, you can select the target live Exchange Server database in which you want to create and restore the mailboxes that are missing from the domain. Expand the appropriate nodes in the Exchange organization
list to select the target Exchange Server and database.
On this page, you can specify the home Exchange Server for the messages you want to restore.
Table 65: User interface elements
|Exchange Server name||You can enter the name of the home Exchange Server to which you want to restore messages.|
|Check Name||You can click this button to resolve the Exchange Server whose name you have entered. This button is only available when the Exchange Server is not resolved.|
On the Specify Target .Pst Files Options page, you can specify the location where you want to generate target .pst files and set additional options for the files.
Table 66: User interface elements
|Folder where target .pst files will be created||Provides a space for you to enter the path to the folder where you want to create target .pst files.|
|Browse||Opens a dialog box you can use to select an existing folder or create and select a new folder where you want to place target .pst files.|
|Target root folder in .pst files||Provides a space for you to type the name of a target root folder in target .pst files. The restored items will be placed in that folder. If the root folder whose name you typed does not exist, it will be created.|
|ANSI (Outlook 2007-2016)||Creates .pst files with 2 GB storage capacity limit per file. These files do not support multilingual Unicode data. Generated .pst files are compatible with Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016.|
|Unicode (Outlook 2007-2016)||Creates .pst files with more storage capacity. These files support multilingual Unicode data.|
|Custom prefix to the names of target files||Provides a space for you to type the custom prefix that you want to add to the names of target .pst files.|
|Add the source storage name as a prefix to the names of target files||Adds the source storage name as a prefix to the names of target .pst files.|
|Add the time of creation as a suffix to the names of target files||Appends the date and time of creation of target .pst files to their names.|
|Apply security to target files||Applies access permissions to target .pst files.|
|Edit Security||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.|
On this page, you can select a method to restore data to a single Personal Folders (.pst) files or a series of .pst files.
Table 67: User interface elements
|Quick restore||Restores data to a single .pst file whose maximum size 51200 MB. The restore stops upon reaching the file size limit.|
Allows you to restore data to a series of .pst files. You can use the provided option to set the maximum size for each file in the series.
When the current .pst file becomes full, the wizard creates a new .pst file and restores the remaining data there.
This restore method takes longer as compared to the quick restore method.