Microsoft Exchange Server maintains the data in EDB file format such as priv1.edb where it stores the private data of user mailbox, pub1.edb stores public data of user mailbox, .stm where these files…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Sunil Sharma Dec 17, 2019.
When I immersed on manual method I couldn’t get actual result? Is there any other way to get successful result?Yes, Exchange server recovery third party tool works better, but how? Refer this…Continue
Started Oct 16, 2019
Yes the EdbMails application comes with 100% supports for attachment recovery. The application is designed to support for both single and multiple attachments, embedded attachments, email signature attachments, contact profile image, journal EML file attachments, attachments of attached EML attachments. Relevant results are obvious using EdbMails Exchange recovery software. Recover Exchange is required for the Exchange administrator to access corrupted Exchange server so choose the all in…Continue
Posted on October 12, 2019 at 3:40am
So you want to do the Exchange public folder recovery and migration. Fine
May be you have wondered on how to do this? But it is possible
The one option is to go for the third party Exchange recovery tool.
Here I’ll show you the simple and proven method for the public folder recovery and migration
If you think the Public folder recovery and migration could be hard and it requires lots of…Continue
Posted on October 10, 2019 at 3:10am
Microsoft Exchange Server maintains the data in EDB file format such as priv1.edb where it stores the private data of user mailbox, pub1.edb stores public data of user mailbox, .stm where these files are created to store the email attachments in Exchange server 2003 and earlier versions only.
EDB files are the elementary for organizing data in Exchange server. When the EDB file got corrupt in order to access these files there is no way left to access this file expect EDB to PST…Continue
Posted on September 21, 2019 at 2:07am