Recover Messages from Exchange to PST Outlook
Are you worried to recover message from Exchange Server?
The easy and sure solution of the problem is optimization of our Exchange Recovery software that allows users to shift EDB to PST after performing data recovery for corrupt, deleted, damaged, encrypted, and password protected EDB files. Our software has various abilities like “Exchange data shift from old version to new version”, “Advanced scan for corrupt Exchange files”, “Exchange Data security”, “conversion of multiple EDB files into PST at single run”, “Terabyte EDB data recovery up-to specific EDB file size , “extraction of EDB emails into PST with intact attachments” etc.
How EDB File Deletion Takes Place
There are two type of deletions due to which Exchange EDB files get deleted:
Soft Deletion Of Exchange Data: It happens when Exchange users delete the file via making click on Delete key, it might be accidental or you can delete selected EDB files by own
Hard Deletion Of Exchange Data: If you have used Shift + Delete keys for Exchange EDB file deletion then, it is called as hard data deletion and these files cannot renovated with any manual procedure . This deletion includes:
• Using MS Outlook with Exchange Server, you clicked Shift + Delete for specific EDB file
• During conversion from Exchange data into PST, you permanently deleted Exchange files
• Deletion of EDB files while working with IMAP4 as this Server does not have facility to move deleted items into Deleted Items folder
How To Revive Deleted EDB Data Appropriately?
Soft EDB file deletion as well as hard deletion of Exchange can easily resolved with our potential tool to recover deleted messages from Exchange to PST format, our software first repairs the damaged or deleted EDB files after that it shifts all the repaired EDB files into PST format without changes or modifications in original properties.
Different licenses of our software to recover deleted messages from Exchange to PST are availed for Exchange users’ ease so, enjoy EDB to PST conversion and access Exchange files into Outlook environment.
Last updated 13 Jun 2013