Since the earliest versions of Exchange Server, the Information Store Integrity Checker (ISInteg) has offered Exchange administrators a way to check mailbox and public folder database integrity. ISInteg checks and fixes Exchange database errors that may prevent the database from mounting, prevent the user from logging on or from receiving, opening or deleting email. Curious to know what changes are coming to ISInteg in Exchange 2010 SP1? Let’s take a look.
These new ISInteg cmdlets come with some cool new functionality: » cmdlets work with database mounted. It’s no longer required to unmount database to perform an integrity check or fix database errors » You can repair logical corruption at mailbox level; You can fix corrupt search folders » You can fix Provisional Fid; You can fix Aggregate Counts.