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Exchange 2007 Recovery 8.02.01


Exchange 2007 Recovery EDB recovery software which helps to recover inaccessible and permanently deleted emails and other items from exchange user mailboxes. EDB files which stores user mailboxes which get corrupt and damaged or become inaccessible due to media errors, file corruptions, virus attacks, improper functioning of the MS Exchange Server etc. Kernel for EDB helps in such cases where it recovers user mailboxes from edb files and enables saving them to outlook pst files which are then accessible with MS Outlook. Every email, contact item, calendar entry, journal entry, attachment, image, email properties, text formatting, Unicode characters, permanently deleted emails are successfully recovered with best edb repair software. It works well for files created with MS Exchange Server 5.0, 5.5, 2003, and 2007. Supports efficient working on Windows Vista, XP, 2003, 2002, and 2000. Saves the recovered results to outlook PST file. Free demo version of the software available for users where they can free download the utility and test the features and functions of the software. Free evaluation software will only perform the recovery procedure and will display preview of recovered mailbox items which are restricted to be saved with demo software. To save the recovered items into pst file, user needs to purchase full version of the edb recovery software.



Publisher: Notes to Outlook
Downloads: 3
Date Added: 2009-02-04
Date Release: 2009-01-31
License: Shareware
OS Support: WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003
File Size: 1208.00 Kb
Requirements: Pentium II 400 MHz, 64 MB RAM, 10 MB
Languages: English
Price: 299.00 USD


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