At first, thank you for taking the time to read this query.
Currently we are facing a challenge where we want to rehydrate our exchange archive, which is located in Exchange Online.
We have a bunch of users, and not all data has been stubbed by a long shot.
So ideally we want to initiate a full restore of all mail items to rehydrate the archive, but we want to only overwrite the stubs, not the still present emails, because that would be a huge waste of time and resources.
I have attempted to save the restore as a script, as such making a ‘restore only if stub’ parameter available, but this does not seem to have the desired effect anymore, still all mails got restored.
Is there any such way to achieve this in CV currently? A way to only overwrite an email if it is a stub to avoid unneeded restores for items that already exist?
Thank you in advance.
Best answer by Scott ReynoldsView original