Conduct Exchange Server recovery using Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery
( Unrated )
Shareware( $399 to buy )
Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP Windows Vista
May 23, 2014
About Exchange Server Recovery
Kernel Recovery for Exchange Server repairs the corrupt Exchange databases, and retrieves mailboxes and mailbox items accurately from it. All it takes is just a few minutes to restore EDB files and save them in PST, EML or MSG format as per requirement. What is really good about the software is that it allow user to restore even the public and private database of the Exchange, and fix the dirty shutdown states in almost every condition. The tool also retains the structure and properties of recovered items same as the original items. Besides this, what make the software more special are its two Exchange Server Recovery modes – Standard Scan and Advanced Scan. The Standard Scan mode is a fast recovery mode and proves effective in dealing with minor corruption issues. But when one require dealing with serious corruption issues then Advanced Scan mode turns very effective. This is bit slower mode as it involves thorough scanning of the Exchange Database. Moreover, once you are able to restore the damaged EDB file, you can save individual items into MSG, EML, RTF, HTML and TEXT file format. As a user, you are also provided with the facility to preview and export the erased items from respective folders even after it permanently got erased from “Deleted Items” folder. Along with this, the software is also available as a free evaluation version. Using the trial version, a user can have easy preview of restored EDB file, but can save only 25 items from each folder. In order to save all the mailboxes and items, one would require buying the complete version of Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery software. For more details: www.kerneldatarecovery.com/exchange-server-recovery.html.
Changes in this version:
The Updated Version 14.05.01 of Software Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery now features an even better duplicate items filter to easily avoid saving duplicate entries in PST files.
Pentium Class Processor, 512 MB RAM, 15 MB
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