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Can I push a replicated mail file back to the server?

I have a mail file that receives the following message when a user attempts to open a document: "Invalid or nonexistent document." The user in question has this mail file replicated, and it opens the documents just fine. Is there a way for me to push the replicated mail file back to the server?
There are two scenarios here: The single document is corrupted, or the whole database is corrupted. In the first case, you might be able to copy/paste the good document from the local mail file to the server's replica. If the whole database is bad on the server, just delete it completely. Then create a new replica from the local machine back to the server.

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