Exchange Server is the storage area for whole Exchange mailbox data. It houses all the user information. Many unforeseen reasons make these data get corrupted, which is laborious to access these valuable data. To have full access, one should need to switch over to third party Exchange server recovery tool. EdbMails EDB to PST Export tool stands top in this scenario.
1. Recovery of accidentally deleted mailboxes:-
In case the Microsoft Exchange turns into offline and you should regain a mailbox which is deleted by mistake, then EDB to PST tool assist you in recovering the deleted mailbox form EDB file. Browse the EDB file and in EdbMails application and load the mailboxes. Choose the deleted mailboxes and export to outlook PST. Then you can migrate the recovered mailboxes to Exchange Server
2. Preview of Mailboxes:
Prior to export operation, the tool provides the preview of all the mailbox items. Click on any mailbox and its folders, you can view all the E-Mails, Contacts, Calendars, Journals, Tasks etc. in the preview window.
3. Selective EdbMails EDB to PST export:
Using this tool you can export either individual or multiple mailboxes/folders to PST. And also you have an option to apply filters based on After / Before Date, Subject, Attachment, From / To Address, CC Address, BCC Address etc.
4. No restriction on number of mailboxes and size:
The software allows you to export any number of mailboxes. No matter of size of the database or mailbox. You can recover and export even large sized mailboxes.
5. No dependency of Exchange Server services or Active directory:
Recovery process doesn’t require Exchange server services or active directory. It supports all latest Exchange versions.
6. Life time license, upgrade:
License is for lifetime with free software upgrades with 24/7 Technical support.
7. Free Trial Version:
You can have the facility to test your EDB file using “Free Trial’ version which permits you to export 30 items from each and every folder of all the mailboxes.
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