One of the most frustrating experiences of my career as an Exchange admin had to deal with corrupted Exchange Databases. When even a dirty shutdown state can make the data within Exchange database inaccessible, you are left with no choice but to look for solutions that can help recover the EDB file data. Fixing these would involve a lot of fiddling around with various powershell cmdlets.
However those cumbersome Exchange EDB recovery techniques are a thing of past as there are many a EDB recovery tools available in the market that can help retrieve EDB data without needing to resort to any complex powershell scripts. One such tool that allows recovery of data by converting all the EDB mailboxes to Outlook PST files is EdbMails.
Conversion of EDB to PST with EdbMails ensures that all your EDB data such as journals, tasks, mails, calendar, contacts etc are recovered effortlessly. It is also capable of retrieving all the email properties such as cc, bcc, time, subject etc. The generated PST file can then be opened in version of MS Outlook to see its contents.
When i first tried EdbMails, i was amazed at how user friendly it was. It also showed a preview of all EDB contents in a tree view - all i had to do was browse for the EDB file. You can also migrate Public Folder EDB. EdbMails is a one stop solution meaning it can help you migrate offline EDB to Office 365 as well as Live Exchange Server.
EdbMails also supports granular recovery which means, that you have the flexibility to export exactly what you need. You can even split the PST files using EdbMails. There are multiple mail filtering options that allow for filtering mails by date, subject, attachment names etc. Compatible with most versions of Windows operating system including the latest windows 10. It also supports both 32 and 64 bit versions of the OS. Exchange Server versions supported by EdbMails include 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019.
Still not convinced? Well no worries it is only natural to be skeptical when there is lot of mediocre EDB recovery tools out there. This is why i would highly recommend you to head over to the EdbMails website and download the free trial version of the same. The Free trial version allows you to export up to 30 items per mailbox/ folder and thereby test out all the features that EdbMails has to offer.
Here are some of the features that EdbMails EDB to PST converter has to offer:
* Quick export corrupt .edb files to .pst files.
* Exchange server versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2016 and 2019 supported.
* Effortlessly recover all the deleted mailboxes.
* Easy to setup and start the recovery process.
* 24X7, 365 days Online Technical help
* Maintains folder structure intact
* Supports Non English Unicode characters
To know more https://www.edbmails.com