Exchange EDB to PST Converter


No doubt, MS Office facilitates accessing our emails data from the Exchange Server in offline mode by using an email client MS Outlook. Exchange Server enables us to save mailbox account data in EDB format. Priv.edb and pub.edb are the two formats of Exchange Server. The priv.edb (stands for private EDB file) supports saving all user mailbox account data while pub.edb (stands for public EDB file) supports sharing or centralizing the data in the organization publically. In short, Exchange Server connects all the members in an organization under one umbrella. Sometimes mailbox items get corrupted or inaccessible due to many reasons like improper shutdown of MS Exchange Server, errors in JET engine, unexpected shutdown due to power cut, virus attacks server downtime, server failure and the like.


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Some of Great Features of Exchange EDB to PST Converter Software

Exchange EDB Recovery Tool : Why we need it for recovery?

Why we should prefer Exchange Mailbox EDB Recovery Tool?

Sometimes recovery of EDB files becomes difficult. For that kind of cases, here comes Exchange EDB to PST Converter which stores successfully all the mailbox items that are corrupted due to any reason and brings everything back to clean the shutdown state. EDB or Exchange Database File stores everything of the user’s created and saved mailboxes on the MS Exchange Server. EDB and STM they both work comprehensively together to provide facility to send and receive mails to the users. The EDB file can get corrupted, damaged or inaccessible due to various reasons like corrupt headers, drive errors, deletion of user mailboxes and etc.

How Exchange EDB to PST Converter works?

This tool repairs the corrupt EDB file and recovers user mailboxes from it. The tool extensively scans and repairs the corrupt EDB file along with the corrupted, damaged, virus attacked or accidentally deleted existing user mailboxes. It enables user to select the mailbox to recover emails and other items in it to recover. This software is effective to repair and recover items like emails, contacts, attachments, journals, and permanently deleted mails, notes, sent items, drafted mails, appointments, alarms and schedules.

Remarkable significant features of Export EDB to PST tool:

Repair corrupt files: The tool repairs corrupt Exchange Server EDB files, extracts single or multiple mailboxes and restore them in PST, Live Exchange, EML or MSG file formats.

Email search: Provides options to perform quick search mails in multiple mailboxes as per different criteria like subject, message body, from, to and etc. Searches mails in various files like offline EDB, PST, OST and Live Exchange Server and restores the same to Live Exchange Mailboxes, PST, EML or MSG.

Other features: Saves cost by maintaining recovery server for fixing corruption issues, ensure simple and accurate migration of emails and provides the added advantage of message level migration for extracting and converting from corrupt EDB to a new or existing PST files.

Free Download :

For Free with restrictions: Download the demo version to get a close look on the functions. It is provided for free to make the user to know the functions in details. In tial version user can see the preview of original recoverable results. If you satisfied your all mailbox available in preview items then you need to ahead to purchase the full version license to save preview mailboxes. Free Trial version integrated with full features rather then to save data.




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