Recover Exchange EDB Mailboxes 16.1
Exchange Server Recovery Software makes the job to recover Exchange EDB mailboxes simple and hassle-free. It has a provision to restore permanently deleted files as well. It has a special preview feature to present a clear picture of recovered data.
Exchange EDB Repair Software is standalone, professional solution to recover exchange server mailboxes effortlessly. It gives user an additional advantage of recovering the encrypted, password-protected as well as deleted files. It is powerful enough to restore every single data item contained in mailbox i.e. emails, attachments, contacts, appointments, drafts, sent items, journals, tasks, and notes without disturbing their properties or formatting.
This advanced tool processes two scanning modes including Standard Scan and Advanced Scan to deal with different level of damages thoroughly. In addition to swift Exchange server mailboxes recovery, this tool leverages user with prompt file-saving and migrating capabilities to the desired location. File formats supported by tool to save the file includes HTML, TXT, EML, RTF and MSG. And the locations where user can store the healthy files include Live Exchange Server, Cloud-Based Office 365, Shared Folders, Archived Mailboxes, and Public Folders. It has high-ranging compatibility with all the available versions of Windows OS, MS Exchange Server and MS Outlook. It has a set of intuitive filters that helps executing Exchange mailbox recovery precisely as per the user-defined parameters.
Get acquainted with the trial version of the tool first to analyze the utilities integrated into it i.e. Recover, preview, and restore the files. The only thing to be kept in mind is that the tool allows saving merely 25 items from the recovered data. This limit can be extended through purchase of licensed version. A complete guide about the tool is available at: exchangemailboxrecovery.edbrecovery.net.
Changes on the new version:
The updated free demo version of the tool allows saving merely 25 items from the recovered EDB data in to Live Exchange Server, Cloud-Based Office 365, and Outlook PST.