This is one of the common tasks for exchange administrators and it is easy to accomplish. First, download PFDEVAdmin by clicking the link here. Open PFDEVAdmin and follow the simple step described below. Second, follow the simple steps described in KB#924044.
Move to the PFDEVAdmin folder, and then double-click the PFDAVAdmin.exe file.
- On the File menu, click Connect.
- In the Exchange server box, type the name of the Exchange server to which you want to connect.
- In the Global Catalog box, type the name of the global catalog server.
- If it is required, click to clear the Authenticate as currently logged-on user check box. Type an appropriate user name, password, and domain in the respective boxes.
- In the Connection area, click Public Folders, and then click OK.
- Expand Public Folders, and then click the parent folder of the deleted folder.
- Right-click the parent folder, and then click Show deleted subfolders. The deleted subfolder is shown in red.
- Right-click the subfolder, and then click Recover folder.
- Click OK to acknowledge the Recovery succeeded message. The recovered folder name appears as Folder_Name Recovered.
- Test access to the folder by using an e-mail client.
- In Exchange System Manager, right-click the recovered folder, and then rename the folder.