Exchange 2007 Backup Recovery Program is used to repair or recover all the corrupted backup files including EDB, STM, and Log files of Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2003. MS Exchange 2007 backup recovery is also possible.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: SysTools delivered a stellar tool like Exchange BKF Recovery for recovery of damaged exchange server database and keep safe to users from any hassle corruption and also respond to their enquiry like how to repair exchange database. MS Exchange backup recovery Tool recover Exchange backup file database like LOG files, STM files and EDB files by Exchange Backup Restore Tool which is a very simple and advanced technology to restore damaged Exchange backup file database without any changing your database information. MS Exchange backup recovery tool supports the recovery of Exchange Server 2007 and 2003. SysTools Exchange Backup Repair Tool can recover data which is created using with NTbackup.Exe and VERITAS backup .Exec. Our Exchange Backup Restore Program restores a huge amount of STM files, LOG files, EDB files which became inaccessible due to corruption. For your satisfaction you can try its demo version 2.0, which allows the preview of all the scanned files but restricts the extraction of the scanned files. But with the help of FULL License Key you are allows to save repaired items on your exchange server after pay $249 only.
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