The Restore Wizard enables organizations to Restore selected items, folders, or mailboxes to:
The original mailbox and folder location.
Alternate Mailboxes within the same Exchange Server or on an alternate Exchange Server.
Public folders on an Exchange Server.
A mailbox in the Office 365 service.
NOTE: Before attempting to Restore or Export data, review the DigiScope® Options Configuration Dialog to ensure that the options for the desired results are set.
NOTE: Restoration of deleted items via SingleTouch or the Restore Wizard is disabled by default to avoid unwanted recovery of items marked as deleted. So to recover deleted items via the SingleTouch or Recovery Wizard actions, you must enable this ability among the SingleTouch/Restore Wizard Options. Alternately, you may use the Drag-N-Drop functionality (which is not governed by this setting) to recover the deleted items to the desired location.
Use the Restore Wizard process to designate if mailboxes, folders or items should be restored to the original mailbox owner, public folder or a new location.
After Adding and Mounting the desired Offline source, navigate in that Offline source to the desired database, mailbox, or folder node to be restored, and click the File > Restore Wizard... menu option.
Next, the Restore Wizard will be displayed.
The Restore Wizard will normally search your environment for possible matching mailboxes for the restore operation. On this first page, you can control where and whether this search is performed.
Do one of following:
Click Skip >> to skip the search for matching mailboxes and go directly to manual specification of target locations.
(Optional) Use the Domain and Filter settings to restrict the search to a particular domain, Exchange server, or database type. Using the Scope button, you can even specify a particular part of the AD tree to search.
Click Next >.
A new page will appear in the wizard, showing the progress of the search.
Enter the Username and Password of an Office 365 Global Admin account, and click Connect.
Once the connection has completed OK, click Next >.
Depending upon what you selected in the previous step, and the results of any attempted searches, the wizard will be on one of two possible pages.
Proceed to one of the following selections:
Continue to SingleTouch Restore