Lorrie, Thanks for the advice, in fact I was planning on using this measure to restore this user mail box as a quick method of solving the problem, however, I haven’t the additional hardware as yet :-( Any other ideas are welcome. With Kind Regards, Khan ____________________________ Faizal Khan MIS Manager Guyana Forestry Commission 1 Water Street, Kingston, Georgetown, GUYANA. Tel : + (592) 226-7272 Fax : + (592) 226-8956 Email: <mailto:forestry.mis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> forestry.mis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Website: <http://www.sdnp.org.gy/forestry> http://www.sdnp.org.gy/forestry -----Original Message----- From: Lorie Gordon [mailto:lgordon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Monday, October 14, 2002 1:14 PM To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] RE: SV: Disappearing Mails I have an Exchange Recovery server setup to do just this. When a user loses mail or a mailbox is deleted, we use this server to recover the mailboxes, export to a PST etc. We use this server for disaster recovery but it also comes in handy when doing single mailbox restore. If you have the extra hardware I would suggest doing this for future issues. You have to set the server up exactly like your production server but in it's own forest.