People who have had experienced this before would know very well that the go to solution for exchange database recovery was powershell cmdlets such as eseutil. However, these may not always live up to the expectation and has many limitations.
These days, there is no need to look for complex powershell scripts or cmdlets as there are a lot of utilities available to help you perform Exchange Server Recovery. It also becomes imperative that the utility you select is able to provide complete exchange data recovery without any hiccups along the way.
One such utility is the EdbMails EDB to PST Converter
. Why convert EDB to PST ? Well it is the easiest way to recover information from exchange database file. It helps recover all your mails, contacts, calendar, tasks, notes etc from even the most corrupted exchange EDB file. No matter how big the size of your Exchange mailbox is, the EdbMails EDB to PST Converter can handle it well.
EdbMails EDB to PST
tool maintains the folder structure of the EDB file intact and also lets you preview all the EDB contents before export operation begins. Whats most novel about EdbMails is that its interface is so easy to understand and self explanatory that you don't need to be a technical person to be able to retrieve all the information from your Exchange database file.
Additional features of EdbMails include -
An extensive filtering option to filter mails by subject, date, to/from address etc.
Public folder EDB migration.
Direct EDB migration to Office 365 as well as Live Exchange Server.
Support for most Exchange Server versions
No running exchange server services required
Simple and straightforward user interface
Public and Private folder recovery and migration
Recovery of all embedded attachments
It is known to most Exchange server administrators that exchange server databases develop corruption issues over time. Gauging the extent of this corruption and its cause as well as seeing as to how all the data can be safely recovered from the Exchange database is what keeps many a exchange administrators busy.