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Recover Exchange Database

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Date: Sat, 4 Mar 2023

Price: $299.00

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No one wishes that their Exchange data gets inaccessible or corrupt even then, due to some common reasons the data gets corrupted. In such a case, if your EDB gets damaged, it is recommended to recover Exchange database file before it’s too late. Now many users have a question which is the best way that we can implement to perform this recovery process. So, read out this write-up for a better understanding of an easy solution that we are going to deliver.
Before that, let’s see why professionals do not recommend the manual method to do this task. The manual methods like power shell commands are difficult to execute, consume too much, lead the data loss chances, etc. Moreover, users should require good knowledge of technicalities to handle the manual method.
That is why users rely on a professional third-party tool to recover Exchange database files in a secure way. Users can try the Shoviv Exchange EDB Recovery Tool for effortless recovery of the Exchange database items such as emails, contacts, calendars, etc. The software maintains the folder hierarchy of the Exchange database file data even while recovering the EDB files.
As it has no limitations on including large EDB files, then users can include EDB files of any size without trouble. Not only recoveries, but this tool also exports the recovered EDB files into various file formats such as HTML, MSG, PST, etc. Users can easily make the selection of desired items to recover using its filter option.
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