EdbMails Exchange Recovery Tool

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EdbMails is an Exchange server recovery tool that helps to recover corrupted database that has data such as mails, calendar, contacts, journals, notes, attachments etc. It has options to preview content before exporting from an edb file to pst[1] file, Office365[2], Live Exchange Server[3].


Overview

EdbMails application is the unique solution to view, read and export email items of the offline EDB files. It support all major Exchange server versions. Also, using EdbMails you can migrate mailboxes to Office365 user accounts and Live exchange server directly.


Features

Extract Mailboxes from Corrupted EDB files: EdbMails Application is engineered with best programming methodologies that enables the complete extraction of email items from the corrupted or damaged EDB files. All the mail items like calendar appointment, contacts, mail, mail attachments, Task, Notes, folder structure will be exported to PST file.

Ability to Export individual item: It enables the users to recover single email to MSG, EML etc formats. It can filter recovery operation for items based on subject and date.

Exchange server granular recovery: Granular Recovery is used by many backup solutions to allow recovery of the smallest data set within a larger backup set.

Recovery of Deleted Mailboxes/folders: Recover all the accidentally deleted mailboxes and folder from the EDB file using EdbMails Application.

Migration of EDB to Office365: It has options to choose multiple mailboxes for Office365 according to requirements and route recovered mailboxes data to appropriate Office365 user mailbox.

Migrate EDB to Live Exchange server: Migrate your mailboxes from EDB to live Exchange server using EdbMails application.


License Information

For software’s license related information, visit our website Licence agreement

Technical Support

24/7 technical support services is offered through modes, i.e. live chat, voice messaging, telephone, email support to assist with any software related issue.


External links

Official Website

Video tutorials for EdbMails

EdbMails Blog