Exchange 2003 repair software is a powerful EDB repair tool that is devised to convert EDB to PST and perform flawless Exchange Server recovery. This tool is able to recover data from priv1.edb files efficiently.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Exchange 2003 repair software is an ideal tool that is integrated with the ability to perform EDB recovery with utmost efficiency without losing on even a single bit of data. EDB to PST conversion software performs flawless Exchange recovery after it scans and repairs the corrupt EDB file and extracts all mailboxes from the Exchange database files. It later, saves recovered emails in newly created PST files. This Exchange 2003 repair software is integrated with robust recovery modes including Automatic Analyze and Recover, Advanced Scan and Rebuild Corrupt Database. Also, a user can optimize the Exchange recovery process with the help of its advanced setting options which are Ask for EDB database version, Show all type of items in folder, Consider all Pages of database as badly corrupted, Get “From” field from message table and Show all messages in the folder without checking the content existence. Exchange 2003 repair software efficiently recovers email items such as email data, attachments, images, folders, tasks, notes and journals, appointments, sent items, permanently deleted emails, email properties and every other item present in the user mailbox. This Exchange 2003 repair software supports data recovery from EDB database files created using MS Exchange Server 5.0, 5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007 and 2010.
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