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FEDB rebuild process

FEDB rebuild process

FEDB rebuild process

I have a mailbox that has been deleted from the system however when you call the extension and it covers to voicemail the old mailbox answers. The MM system is 5.2 SP 10

I am thinking a FEDB resync might be in order but I have a few questions about this?
I have the following executable in c:\Avaya_Support\Tools\FEDBSync\FEDBSync.exe
Questions -
- I have about 900 mailboxes so how long will this take approximately on one MAS?
- What are the chances that this will not go well and cause the MAS to not recover? I only have one MAS
- If this doesnt work whats the next step?

RE: FEDB rebuild process

I have a follow up question is rebuilding the FEDB a different process than just running the FEDBsync.exe?

RE: FEDB rebuild process

Follow up ran the resync tool on FEDB with 920 mailboxes and it took less than five minutes. It also seems to have corrected my issue

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