The Company hereby spread words regarding availability of application that gives a resolution for how to migrate Exchange 2007 to 2010. Exchange Recovery software allows migrating public and private folder data with availability of EDB file.
March 27, 2014 (Newswire) - This release aims to inform users about solution to the query how to migrate Exchange 2007 to 2010 when Servers lie within same administrative group in a domain. With Exchange Recovery software, a platform is being shared with users that allow recovering EDB file as PST, MSG, EML, and to different Server.
The software is a complete solution to migrate private and public folders of Information Sore to portable file formats or to another Server. To move mailboxes to some other Exchange Server edition, the tool has to be installed on any of the Windows OS with target Server mailbox assigned with full administrative rights. Free trial version of the tool is available for illustration to the process as how to migrate Exchange 2007 to 2010 that moves a maximum of 25 items to desired Server.
Evan Swans, Honorable Director of the Company Says: "With launch of new Exchange editions, there is something new offered to users and thus up-grading to new Server edition can be the requirement. For migrating user-accounts to another Server, Exchange Recovery software is being developed with specialized techniques so that DBA's experience a smooth up-gradation without any hassle. The tool is also available with free demo version that will satisfy users regarding its potential to resolve the query as how to migrate Exchange 2007 to 2010 effectively. "
Support Team Head, Joseph Cain States: "The task of moving Exchange Server mailboxes to another Server has been simplified for users through our EDB recovery software. The solution gives the opportunity to retrieve priv.edb; priv.stm, pub.edb, and pub.stm file and export them to different Server or file formats. The best part about the tool that makes it preferable above native Microsoft tools is it just needs an EDB file (no matter if it is in offline or corrupt state) and without any change to the database file, its contents are moved to another Server. "