Convert EDB to PST

At times users encounter errors when accessing their Exchange Mailbox data through OST files. These errors often occur as a result of broken synchronisation between Outlook and Exchange, but the most common cause is the OST file itself. Read more about How to Fix Error 0x8004010F: Recovering a Corrupt Exchange 2016 Database »

Microsoft Exchange is one of the most popular mail servers with organizations of all sizes, as it helps simplify various administrative tasks; such as mailbox archiving and generating delivery reports. When an error occurs in the Exchange Server it is in the best interests of the organization to resolve the issue as quickly as possible in order to minimize potential downtime.
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PST files serve as backups and to store extra information from the Exchange Server. Situations may arise where you need to access that archived data by importing the PST file to Exchange. In this article, we will take you through the steps for importing a PST file to the latest version of Exchange – 2016. Read more about How to import a PST file to Outlook (Exchange 2016) »

Recovering a corrupted Exchange server is a complicated process – especially if, for any reason, you don’t have the required transaction log files to extract data from. In this scenario the database will enter an inconsistent state and become in-operative and it can be very difficult to recover. In this article we will take you through a couple of scenarios where recovery may be difficult – and hopefully give you the tools to overcome it. Read more about How to recover an Exchange Server database without log files »

Exchange Server database errors can be difficult for Exchange administrators to overcome. File level damage can lead to numerous error messages that prevent you from accessing the database – potentially resulting in critical data loss. In such case Hopefully, in this brief article, we will give you some tips on how to address errors 1018, 1019 and 1022. Read more about Exchange Server errors 1080, 1019 and 1022 sorted »

Microsoft Exchange Server and MS Outlook use two different formats for their mailboxes—Exchange Database (EDB) and Outlook Data File (PST). The advantage of PST file over the EDB file is that it resides on local systems and are readily accessible through Outlook email clients. Also, it is more portable than the EDB file. There are many circumstances in which Administrators think of converting EDB file to PST format: Read more about EDB to PST conversion in different versions of Exchange Server »

Microsoft Outlook personal folder file, commonly known as PST file, finds a lot of applications today with Exchange organizations and Exchange email client users though it was originally introduced to reduce the storage burden of Exchange Servers. PST file provides a convenient way to store the emails locally. The latest versions of Exchange Server allows to export Exchange Database (EDB) files as PST files for the purposes of archiving, security compliance, and snap-shot based retention. Many Exchange recovery tools like Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager convert even corrupt EDB files to PST format and thus recover inaccessible items in MS Outlook.

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Are you incapable of recovering your business critical Exchange mailboxes even after involving tons of hours? Ever dreamt of directly converting bulk Exchange mailbox EDBs to PSTs & recover information from corrupt/damaged Exchange databases in just a click? Are you in search of an incredibly secure way to convert EDBs to PSTs & recover corrupted Exchange mailboxes without any risks of data loss? Read more about The importance of using EDB to PST conversion utility for Exchange Mailbox Recovery »

Keeping the possibility of Exchange database corruption in mind, Microsoft has incorporated some database repairing mechanisms with every version of exchange. In Exchange 2010 and 2013, this mechanism operates through Exchange Management Shell cmdlets. Two cmdlets— New-MailboxRepairRequest and New-PublicFolderDatabaseRepairRequest—helps you detect and fix issues with Exchange mailboxes and public folders with remarkable ease. Read more about Easy ways to repair corrupt Exchange databases and mailboxes »

Public folder item recovery has different procedure in Exchange 2013. This is due to the structural changes in the architecture of Exchange.

How public folders have changed in Exchange 2013?

Exchange 2013 stopped having a public folder database that used to host Exchange Public folders. Now public folders exist in the mailbox database. This change in architecture has brought many desirable results. Now public folders: Read more about How to Recover Deleted Public Folder Items in Exchange 2013? »