Let's have a look at how we should go about repairing corrupt exchange server databases. Firstly, no admin IT admin with any sort of experience would ever take exchange database corruption lightly. This is because they are very well aware of the fact that EDB corruption can lead to valuable information loss if not dealt with correctly.
Most exchange admins these days know how to effectively deal with Exchange EDB corruption issues. Armed with tools like EdbMails EDB to PST converter, Exchange Server recovery can be performed with just a few clicks these days.
What makes EdbMails the obvious choice?
Well, this is rather easy to answer, thousands of Exchange admins trust EdbMails due to the fact that its deep scanning techniques can recover every last bit of data from the EDB file. EdbMails performs quick EDB recovery while maintaining the folder structure intact.
Another important aspect of this user friendly EDB to PST tool is the fact that it lets you preview all the EDB contents before export operation. There is an extensive list of filtering options provided that lets you filter mails by date / time, subject, attachments and from / to address etc. You can even chose to split the PST files.
EdbMails is capable of retrieving all the Email properties such as address, cc, bcc, time, and subject, from address, mail header as well as the body. It also does not in any way alter the data in source EDB file.
Extra features like support for Non English Unicode characters, extensive mail filtering options, ability to recover deleted mailboxes makes EdbMails the perfect exchange recovery solution available in the market currently. There is even a free trial version of EdbMails EDB to PST Converter tool that lets you export upto 30 items per mailbox/ folder and test out all the features that EdbMails has to offer.
All these features come packed in one value for money utility making EdbMails an obvious choice for any or all of your Exchange Server Recovery needs.
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