Exchange Server Recovery Toolbox - a tool for recovering information from corrupted Microsoft Exchange Server data files

Simple solution for recovering data from corrupted .edb and .stm Microsoft Exchange Server 2003/2007/2010/2013 files

Exchange Server Recovery Toolbox (download) is a tool for recovering data from corrupted and unreadable Exchange Server files. The program supports recovery from 2 versions of files: Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2007, 2010, (2013). Exchange Server 2003 uses 2 types of files to store data: .edb and .stm, while Exchange Server 2007, 2010, (2013) uses only files with the .edb extension. The interface of the program is a simple step-by-step wizard allowing you to control various recovery parameters and also to get back to any previous step to make the necessary changes. Being uniquely simple and easy-to use, Exchange Server Recovery Toolbox can be used by practically any user - no special knowledge or training are required to successfully recover data.

Microsoft Exchange Recovery EDB

The Microsoft Exchange recovery EDB tool read damaged Exchange Server database and save data into Microsoft Outlook PST files. In other words this tool is EDB to PST Convertor too.

Exchange EDB Recovery download

System requirements: Microsoft Outlook x32 (98/2000/2002/XP/2003/2007/2010/2013) should be installed on a computer where executed repairing damaged files. Exchange EDB recovery download always availbale on website.

Recovery for Exchange Server download

Microsoft Exchange Server is a very widely used and functional solution as a mail server and for organizing teamwork in large and the medium businesses. Although this software is basically used to exchange e-mail messages, it is also possible to use it to process data by multiple users and store shared information. Microsoft Exchange Server is being constantly updated with new features answering the modern needs of handling business. Microsoft Exchange Server is well integrated with other Microsoft products, for example, Microsoft Outlook. However, software reliability is a bottleneck for many reasons - from defects during manufacturing to incidents related to voltage surges, physical damages or incorrect user actions, which may result in losing data important for company or users. Actually, lost information costs more than a fused hard drive or motherboard that is quite easy to replace. But sometimes the corrupted structure of a file can be read and it is possible to recover data with the help of specialized tools. Effective Recovery for Exchange Server download now!

Exchange Server Recovery tool to recover damaged EDB files

The Exchange Server Recovery tool to recover damaged EDB files effectively analyze source database and identify messages and objects to save.

Email recovery Exchange Server 2003 Step by Step

Email recovery Exchange Server 2003 Step by Step description. You need to go through just several steps to recover corrupted data:

  1. Select the Exchange Server version: Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange Server 2007, 2010, (2013).
  2. Enter the name of the corrupted .edb files for Exchange Server 2007, 2010, (2013) or corrupted .edb and .stm files for Exchange Server 2003.
  3. Start the process of analyzing the source data.
  4. Select the data to be saved to the disk. Just select the checkbox of the folder you want to save. You can select the Select All item and all data will be saved to the disk.
  5. Select the location on the disk to save the recovered data to as .pst files for Microsoft Outlook.
  6. Start saving the data to the disk.

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Exchange Recovery EDB extract software

You can look through the recovery statistics on the last page of the wizard Exchange Recovery EDB extract software after the data is saved to the disk.

To be able to save data in the .pst format, you should have Microsoft Outlook installed on your computer. The trial version of Exchange Server Recovery Toolbox saves only first 5 objects in each folder. Purchase the full version of the program to disable this limitation.

Requirements: Windows 98 or above