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  • If you have corruption issues with your Exchange Server, then Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery Software is here to fix corrupted, or inaccessible Exchange Server database. It is a professional application which can immediately repair and convert damaged Exchange EDB files to usable Outlook PST file swiftly. To know more visit: http://www.exchange.diskdatarecovery.net
    Wednesday, November 13, 2013 11:41 AM

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  • There are many third party tools available in the market like Kroll Exchange Server, kernel exchange server recovery, Stellar Phoenix Exchange recovery, Lepid Exchange manager etc. I would suggest to download their trial version first and check whether it can work for you or not.

    You can check this tool (given here: www (.)serversdatarecovery(.)com) that worked in our case when we encountered disaster issue in our Exchange 2010 Server due to hardware failure (physical damage).

    Good Luck !

    Sunday, December 1, 2013 12:23 PM
  • Exchange database recovery tool quickly scans the corrupt EDB file and recovers data from it, which is displayed in a hierarchical format. Repair Exchange database tool also enables the administrator to preview recovered emails for quality verification. Another best feature of the software is it has the capability to recover deleted email items. After recovering the deleted email items, the software displays them in RED color in their respective folders in mailboxes. Depending on the requirement, either all or selected mailboxes can be saved in .pst or .edb format.

    For more information visit http://mailboxexchangerecovery-tool.blogspot.in
    Tuesday, March 18, 2014 6:19 PM
  • Try Exchange Database Recovery (EDD ) tool and repair and recover corrupted or damaged edb file. After recovery software converts it to PST file format which is then easily usable with the MS Outlook application. For more information and free download visit here
    Thursday, July 17, 2014 5:16 PM