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How to Repair EDB Files to make it Reusable?

23 Jan How to Repair EDB Files to make it Reusable?

MS Exchange Server uses EDB files to store user mailbox data. These files work as a pointer to the users MS Outlook profile. The complete information of the user mailbox account including, attachments, notes, scheduled tasks, journals, appointments, calendars, to, cc, back, date, from is stored in these files. Suppose if your EDB files get corrupted then how you would recover it back. Here I will share my experience with you guys to handle the particular situation. There are number of reasons that are responsible for exchange database file corruption such as virus or malware attack, edb log file deletion, exchange server error code 528, power failure, abrupt system failure, synchronization error etc. All these above mentioned factors create havoc at the work place and also stop the smooth communication channel. The best way to deal with the scenario is to use Microsoft inbuilt recovery utilities.

Microsoft provides two types of tools that help in the recovery process:-


Both of these tools help in performing EDB to PST conversion. The tool allows converting exchange database to approachable Outlook PST file. However, if these files are severely corrupted or damaged, than the Microsoft provided tools fails to provide absolute outcomes. At this point of time, users can switch to the third party EDB to PST Converter.

A commercial mailbox conversion tool helps to overcome serious EDB corruption scenarios. The software fluently repairs the severely damaged EDB files and exports the entire database files along with its objects to Outlook. With the help of good quality mailbox conversion software, users can convert unlimited mailboxes to Outlook in just clicks and without any alteration in the original format of the email files.

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