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To Repair Exchange Server Database File

Author : Aparna Aabha

Any organization whether big or small, needs to communicate with others in order to sustain and promote its business. Microsoft Exchange Server is one such product that is designed and developed to facilitate organizational email communication needs. It is a messaging and collaborative server that enables you to send and receive electronic mail and other forms of interactive communication through computer networks.
E-mail messages are sent and received a client device such as a personal computer, workstation, or a mobile device including mobile phones or Pocket PCs. The client connects to a network of servers or mainframe computers where the e-mail mailboxes are stored. This centralized e-mail servers connect to the Internet and private networks where e-mail messages are sent to and received from other e-mail users.
Microsoft Exchange Server supports POP, IMAP, and web e-mail clients, as well as its own preferred mail client, Microsoft Outlook and allows users to share information using any of these clients. It offers you integrated collaborative messaging features such as easy email communication, calendaring, journals, contacts, tasks, appointments, meeting schedules and alarms etc. Its collaborative features help you share information quickly and efficiently by using shared address lists that everyone can view and edit, scheduling meetings that include people and conference rooms by viewing associated free or busy schedules, the ability to grant other people, such as administrators, access to your mailbox on your behalf. You can also create "rules" for processing messages on Exchange Server, so that you can create auto-responses and automatic filing of incoming messages. To get maximum collaboration productivity, choose the combination of Exchange Server 2003 and Outlook 2003.
With easy to use features and availability of every required component, it has become the first choice for every organization.
But, you can very well imagine the consequences if ever MS Exchange Server goes down or crashes or gets virus attacked or faces unidentified issues- important emails, meeting schedules, alarms, and contact information will get lost in fraction of seconds causing millions of monetary loss to an organization.
In the event of MS Exchange Server crash, Exchange database file can be repaired with built-in Microsoft Exchange Disaster Recovery technique. But in case of severe database corruptions, you will need to take help of good repair tool to repair Exchange edb database file. Exchange database recovery software repairs Exchange database file and recovers user mailboxes from it which can be saved in Personal Storage File (.PST) of MS Outlook.

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