Restoring an Individual Exchange Online Mailbox Item to a PST File
You can restore an individual Exchange Online mailbox item to a PST file.
- From the navigation pane, go to Protect > Applications > Office 365.
The Office 365 apps page appears.
- In the App name column, click the app that contains the item that you want to restore.
The app page appears.
- On the Mailboxes tab, in the row for the mailbox that contains the item that you want to restore, click Restore, and then click Restore messages.
The mailbox contents appear.
- Select the item that you want to restore.
- Click Restore, and then click Selected items.
The Restore options dialog box appears.
- From the Restore to list, select PST file.
- From the Destination host list, select the Exchange server to restore the item to.
- To specify the location to restore the PST file, in the Destination path box, click Browse, and then enter a file name that includes the .pst extension.
If you want to restore the PST file to a network location, enter a UNC path, with a file name that includes the .pst extension.
- To restore a large data set to multiple PST files, select the Limit PST size to check box, and then enter the maximum size for the PST files.
You cannot enter a value that is greater than 45 GB.
- To create a single PST file that is common to all users, select Create common PST for all users.
You can then select either a merged folder hierarchy for all users or a preserved folder hierarchy for each user.
- To create a separate PST file for each individual user, select Create a folder per user using.
You can then select the appropriate folder naming convention from the corresponding list.
- Click Submit.
Last modified: 8/19/2020 12:18:38 PM