Cost Effective EDB to PST utility from EdbMails

For any exchange server recovery needs that you might have, your best bet is to use EdbMails EDB to PST Converter. There can be a number of reasons for exchange databases to become corrupt or inaccessible :

 

Dirty shutdowns

Hardware failure

Virus or other such malicious software attacks

Header file corruption etc

 

EdbMails can handle all types of such errors very well. Anybody can make use of EdbMails for exchange recovery as the process isn’t complex at all. It has a rather straightforward user interface wherein you select the EDB file to be recovered and within just  a few clicks you can have all the EDB data you wish to be recovered in a PST file.

 

Being a one stop solution, EdbMails EDB to PST Converter also gives you the flexibility to directly migrate EDB to Office 365 as well as Live Exchange server. As stated earlier you don’t need to understanding and troubleshooting complex powershell cmdlets as EdbMails automatically handles everything for you.

 

The tool to Convert EDB to PST from EdbMails uses deep scanning algorithms that have been perfected over the years to be able to recover all information from even the most heavily corrupted exchange database EDB files.  EdbMails ensures secure recovery of all your asks, journals,zip attachments,Inbox,calendars etc.

 

The corruption in exchange databases can be of two main types:

 

Logical: Happens when a crucial piece of data is missing from the database itself. Such scenarios can lead to inconsistencies in the database and make it inaccessible.

 

Physical: This is often related to any hardware or system failure. For example a sudden hard disk crash can result in database corruption.

EDB To PST

Whatever be the type of corruption, physical or logical, EdbMails can very well handle it all. For Public Folder EDB recovery and migration as well as for archive mailbox migration you can use EdbMails. There is support for Non English unicode characters as well in EdbMails.

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