When you talk about business communication, then ignoring significance of emails would be a big blunder. The reason is quite obvious. Emails are soul of business communication and encountering any situation that restricts you from accessing email could be real big nightmare that you never ever want to dream about. To keep the business communication up, every enterprise majorly trusts upon MS Exchange Server owing to their top-notch features. However, situation gets tricky when a business enterprise relying on Exchange Server faces unwanted errors in an attempt to access the emails or vital user data. In fact, the real game starts when Exchange Server database gets in to corruption. And, if you are an administrator, then no way you can enjoy your office hours. Each and every single stored user mailbox item, right from emails, calendar, contacts, attachments or appointments, notes, tasks, are on the verge of getting inaccessible.
The most common option to deal with exchange server database corruption recommended by experts is usage of ESEUTIL.exe utility. This in-built utility comes with Microsoft Exchange Server and in most of the occasion conducts exchange database recovery by defragmenting the EDB database file. But as you know, ESEUTIL re-structures the entire EDB file and at times makes the level of corruption worse when Exchange EDB recovery fails.
To understand the real complexity, consider a situation where you were running the database repair due to the 'database inconsistency' error. Now, after some time the moment you made any attempt to mount the information stores, as expected all Exchange Services starts, but surprisingly information stores refused to mount. You ran: Eseutil /p priv1.edb, but the EDB repair process got terminated with an error:
After you encounter the aforementioned error message, the EDB file gets completely inaccessible. This error itself indicates the severity of EDB file corruption and thus instantaneous recovery of corrupted database is required. You cannot apply ESEUTIL utility, because it could modify the database without displaying any sort of prior information. To be on a safe side, an updated backup could be an option, you may try. If you have already maintained an updated backup, you could easily restore your database from the backup and save your time. But, what if you don’t have an up-to-date backup? To deal with such situation, the most ideal option you have is use third party proficient EDB repair tool like Kernel for Exchange server recovery.
- Facilitates user with option to successfully conduct easy and effective recovery of deleted server mailboxes and display them in Red color
- Provides opportunity to even save the retrieved emails as per the date-wise in different PST files
- Allows its user to save the restored mailboxes to multiple PST files
- Consumes very less time in recovering emails, email properties, sent items, drafts journal entries, notes, calendar entries, zipped attachments, images, etc..
- Competent enough to effectively handle dirty shut down situations in almost every scenario
- Works well with Windows 9x, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 Windows Server 2003 (all service packs), 2008, 2008R2, 2012
Being integrated with advanced algorithms, EDB repair utility scans the EDB file and within a matter of a few minutes recovers all the data from the user mailboxes. After restoring the required data from damaged EDB file, Kernel for Exchange Server recovery tool saves data into individual PST file. What makes such application ideal option for dealing with corrupt EDB file is its ability to rebuild EDB database while retaining original data intact that can be mounted on Exchange server. In addition, it has got ability to restore all fields such as To, From, CC, BCC, Subject, Date, Time along with attachments and email properties.