Recover EDB Database
To recover EDB database with great accuracy, you need a reliable and result-oriented third-party tool like Kernel for Exchange Server. Kernel for Exchange Server is the next-generation EDB to PST conversion tool designed with dedicated and sophisticated algorithm that proved to provide outstanding results.
Initially for every EDB file in question, Kernel for Exchange Server makes sure that it is not corrupt; however, if any file is found in such condition, the tool effectively manages its content by securely restoring its data items. Once the offline EDB files are secured, their data items are either saved in different formats like PST, MSG, EML, RTF, HTML and TXT files or the entire EDB file is migrated to Office 365, Live Exchange Server, Public folders and Archive mailbox as per user’s choice. During entire process of recovery no log files are required. The inbuilt-filter option allows user to make requirement-based recovery.
Kernel for Exchange Server can be tried by downloading and installing evaluation version that works like licensed version. The only limitation with evaluation version is that it does not saves more than 25 items per folder. To execute the task of installation of Kernel for Exchange Server make sure that your system contains Pentium class processor, minimum 512 MB RAM and minimum 500MB free disk space. Kernel for Exchange Server supports all versions of MS Outlook, MS Exchange Server, Windows OS and Windows Server. Visit: www.conversion.edbtopstfile.net.
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