This bulletin aims to inform readers and users about Exchange Recovery software that gives the facility to restore mailbox database Exchange 2013 efficiently.
June 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Restore Mailbox Database Exchange 2013 From EDB File: Tool Available for Help
Redwood City, California: - From Exchange 2003 to 2013, Microsoft has made improvements in this client-Server messaging platform that has made the database free from corruption. However, the offline database file (.edb) saved on disk do not have any guarantee over being safe and can get corrupted due to various reasons. If the EDB file gets damaged, it can leave the database on Server inaccessible and thus calls for the need to restore mailbox database Exchange 2013 or below editions.
This handout is released to make users informed about availability of software solution that allows recovering data from corrupt EDB file to PST or to different Exchange Server. This tool gives the benefit of working around physical and logical corruption of EDB file database. Following benefits from the tool to restore mailbox data from EDB file can be availed:
**) Retrieve data from EDB file that is inconsistent, corrupt, or dismounted from Server
**) EDB to PST Conversion is followed by an optional service which is Split PST by size
**) Export mailboxes and public folders from EDB file to different Exchange Server
**) EDB to MSG and EML file conversion is supported by this restore corrupt EDB tool
Evan Swans Shares his Words about EDB file Restoration from Corrupt EDB file: "Exchange 2013 is a new technology in market. Although many companies have deployed this application but still lacks complete knowledge about it. For disaster recovery, users can download our Exchange Recovery software that helps to restore mailbox database Exchange 2013 efficiently. Before investing, demo version of the solution can be tried out."
Head of Support Team, Joseph Cain Talks about demand of recovery solutions from Disaster Exchange 2013 and Says: "A lot of research and development has been carried out by DBA's for Exchange 2013 and in the mean while they ensure that a disaster recovery solution is available t work around any kind of data loss. By far, our EDB converter has been a choice of users for all versions of Exchange users, especially Exchange 2010 and 2013."