Description: Eseutil /g command is an Eseutil switch that can be used to check the integrity of the Exchange Server database file.
Similarly, there are various other Eseutil switches are available that can be used to perform tasks like database defragmentation, database repair, and so on. Once the integrity of the Exchange Server database is checked, in case any mismatch is found then the Exchange Server database can be repaired using the Eseutil /p command.
Though earlier versions of Eseutil support .stm files, Eseutil Exchange 2007 does not support .stm file. Apart from this, Eseutil Exchange 2007 supports offline defragmentation only. Thus, Eseutil Exchange 2007 cannot be used for online defragmentation as Eseutil Exchange 2007 does not support it.
Some times Eseutil Exchange 2007 fails to successfully repair the damaged and corrupt Exchange Server database files.
Kernel for Exchange Server is an eminent, comprehensive, and result-oriented tool that is specially designed to repair the damaged and corrupt Exchange Server database files.
Kernel for Exchange Server comprises of three recovery modes as follows: Automatic Analyze and Recover, Advance Scan, and Rebuild Corrupted Database.
Moreover, the tool comes integrated with a self-descriptive and easy to understand graphical user interface that does not require any special expertise to work on it. This feature helps novice users to easily work on it.
Eseutil Exchange 2003 10.10.01 Utilize eseutil commands to perform eseutil recovery with syntax eseutil r, eseutil p, eseutil defrag, eseutil d and eseutil mh. Exchange 2007 eseutil tool allows you to keep EDB
Eseutil Exchange 2010 11.05.01 With an upgrade to Exchange Server 2007, Eseutil Exchange 2007 is also upgraded, which means Exchange Server is upgraded to 2010 and Eseutil Exchange 2007 to 2010. At times when