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Perfect EDB to PST Tool

in Infinity ocean, the ocean of knowledge. Ocean life. Esoteric Club. Thu Feb 07, 2019 8:58 am
by percywilliamson • 19 Posts

Although experienced exchange administrators are an exception, any exchange database corruption would puzzle most people and they'd be searching for ways to repair the database ? A risky situation such as this is better avoided but however much precaution one takes, there is bound to be one or more unfortunate unforeseen scenarios that lead to exchange corruption. It not uncommon to find people puzzled at the thought of what to do when exchange database corruption occurs.

Here i'll attempt to address some of the issues related to exchange corruption and its solution. Your best bet to easily recover all information from the exchange database is to convert it into a more manageable Outlook PST format using tools like EdbMails EDB to PST Converter. Any type of exchange database corruption can be dealt with by using EdbMails. It is also capable of converting mailboxes to EML, MSG or HTML formats. For reliable and secure recovery of exchange database there is no better option than using EdbMails EDB to PST tool.

The best EDB to PST utility

EdbMails EDB to PST Converter has a straightforward GUI that lets you preview all EDB contents and selectively export what all mailboxes you want . It also has extensive include/exclude filtering options to filter by subject, attachments, from/to address and date/time. Nothing is left behind when using EdbMails and hence attachments-Deleted Items, Draft, Journals, Tasks, Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, Calendars, Notes, and Contacts are all recovered. The exchange database under recovery will in no way be affected by using EdbMails. Support for non English Unicode and direct migration to Live exchange server or Office 365 makes EdbMails the most compelling exchange recovery utility out there.

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