Last updated on May 28th, 2020 at 07:25 pm
Have you been thinking of some way to recover your Exchange data but are being put off because of the complexity of the process? Well, you don’t have to be an expert in technology to get the desirable results in the process of exchange recovery, repairing broken or inaccessible EDB files and restoring them to desired locations without setbacks. We present to you the Shoviv Exchange Recovery Manager. This tool not only solves the exchange recovery tasks to make it accessible to everyone but also provides extra features for added comfort.
The Secret behind the perfect results in restoring EDB files now open to everyone
Having an Exchange recovery backup or backup solution to facilitate search, import/export, and to recover entire mailboxes from corrupt EDB files is entirely possible now. All you would be required to do is get the Exchange Recovery Manager and get the benefits of the best of technology at an affordable price.
Flawless Exchange recovery every time:
This tool not only can carry Exchange recovery for Window but also provides to its clients the benefits of recovering corrupted EDB files as well. Using this tool, users can also recover corrupted and non-corrupted files which are inaccessible in the Exchange server. In addition to that, this software can also add as a source Exchange server, Office 365 and Outlook profile stores.
Multiple options at the user’s disposal:
With this tool, you can export EDB files, added source, and source mailbox to any of these- Exchange server, Office 365, Outlook PST and Outlook profile stores. Also available are the options of Public EDB files or Single source mailbox to Live Exchange, Office 365 public folder or Archive mailbox. Other file formats which can be opted are MSG, EML, HTML, RTF, etc.
Allows addition of live exchange mailboxes and Office 365 as a source:
Using the Windows server credentials one can add exchange server mailboxes through the AD(active directory). This feature is quite useful considering that it gives the right to the user to migrate or export the added mailboxes to other target mailboxes. So this Exchange Recovery Manager tool makes access to other mailboxes quite simple. The option is also available to export in PST.
Convenience in adding public folder, archiving mailbox, and Outlook profile:
This exchange recovery tool lets the client add Live Exchange/ Office 365 public folder and export them to another Exchange/Office 365 public folder and archive mailbox folders. The user can also follow simple steps and add Outlook stores with the option to select Outlook. The proper hierarchy of the folders also maintains meanwhile so that the client has no trouble searching them out.
Preview facility available:
In the procedure of Exchange recovery, to ensure customer satisfaction, this tool provides the clients with the convenience of previewing source mailbox. Reviewing the source mailbox before exporting them to PST, Live Exchange and Office 365 lets the client have total reassurance about the accuracy and integrity of the product.
Export/migrate added source mailbox into live exchange, Office 365 and mailboxes:
Using this feature, user can migrate specific data range items and select message class using manual and automatic mapping from the source to target mailboxes. After adding source mailbox, user can export in Live Exchange and Office 365 public folder. All of this is achieved without the risk of damage to mailbox integrity or any alteration to mailbox data.
PST conversion of EDB:
This tool works as a format converter and allows to convert their corrupt or intact EDB files to PST format. This Exchange recovery tool also facilitates the restoration of mailboxes from EDB files to new or existing PST files. Along with mail items, one also gets to transfer contacts, calendars, and other items between Live Exchange server, and Office365.
Option of splitting files:
During Exchange recovery, you can opt to split your source mailbox to multiple PST files. Needless to say, this is a convenient way to handle data. It can convert a single mailbox to any number of PST files, depending on the user’s preference. This exchange recovery tool is set by default to create single PST files for a single mailbox. If the size of the PST files is controlled by Outlook then the PST files will be automatically split after the recommended size limit.
Restores EDB files:
This Exchange recovery manager is designed to restore EDB files irrespective of whether they are intact or corrupt. So there is no requirement of any extra effort to save the corrupt EDB files. Since this tool facilitates the option of adding large EDB files, the client is guaranteed obstruction-free recovery of such files.
Easy Exchange migration:
The Exchange Recovery Manager is our guarantee to flawless Exchange recovery and migration from offline EDB, Live Exchange Server and public folder to another Live Exchange Server and Office 365 mailboxes. The user also gets to select manual mapping to mail source mailbox to select mailbox according to their convenience.
Instant item-search and filter option:
Using this exchange recovery is quite a lightweight task and it makes the process quite easy and devoid of confusions. The client can search out items added from source mailboxes using criteria like To, From, item type, attachment, read/unread messages. This option also lets the user select Include/Exclude the source mailbox items.
Option of different file formats available for save source mailbox items of this Exchange Recovery for Windows gets to choose the format they would want their source mailbox items into. There are a number of options available for them – HTML, EML, vCal, vCard, MSG, MSG UNICODE, CAL, RTF etc. In addition to this, the bulk import option is also available, meaning the user can convert multiple files to several mail formats in a single click.
Export and saving of report into HTML format:
Once a user completes the process of exporting and saving the source mailboxes in various formats. He can also save the report into HTML format.
Download a free demo version to check out its working process.
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