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    My mailbox files or folders are been corrupted and i needed to recover damage EDB file data and convert EDB file into outlook...?

    Can anyone help me or tell what to forward to do?

  • #2
    Users can also try EDB to PST recovery tool for instantly repair corrupt Exchange EDB file and then recover all Exchange EDB mailbox data and related information into Outlook PST file format. It easily works on all Windows OS.

    If it doesn't work, try:
    Last edited by lionelj7; 14.09.2014, 14:06.


    • #3
      It's interesting to check how many features has this solution. My files are seriously corrupted too, I need to try something like it.


      • #4
        Use the Shell to recover data using a recovery database
        1. Copy a recovered database and its log files, or restore a database and it log files, to the location you will use for your recovery database.
        2. Use Eseutil to bring that database into a clean shutdown state. In the following example, EXX is the log generation prefix for the database (for example, E00, E01, E02, and so on).
        3. Eseutil /R EXX /l <RDBLogFilePath> /d <RDBEdbFolder>
        The following example illustrates a log generation prefix of E01 and a recovery database and log file path of E:\Databases\RDB1:
        Eseutil /R E01 /l E:\Databases\RDB1 /d E:\Databases\RDB1
        1. Create a recovery database. Give the recovery database a unique name, but use the name and path of the database file for the EdbFilePath parameter, and the location of the recovered log files for the LogFolderPath parameter.
        2. New-MailboxDatabase -Recovery -Name <RDBName> -Server <ServerName> -EdbFilePath <RDBPathandFileName> -LogFolderPath <LogFilePath>
        The following example illustrates creating a recovery database that will be used to recover DB1.edb and its log files, which are located at E:\Databases\RDB1.
        New-MailboxDatabase -Recovery -Name <RDBName> -Server <ServerName> -EdbFilePath "E:\Databases\RDB1\DB1.EDB" -LogFolderPath "E:\Databases\RDB1"
        1. Restart the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service:
        2. Restart-Service MSExchangeIS
        3. Mount the recovery database:
        4. Mount-database <RDBName>
        5. Verify that the mounted database contains the mailbox(es) you want to restore:
        6. Get-MailboxStatistics -Database <RDBName> | ft -auto
        7. Use the New-MailboxRestoreRequest cmdlet to restore a mailbox or items from the recovery database to a production mailbox.
        The following example restores the source mailbox that has the MailboxGUID 1d20855f-fd54-4681-98e6-e249f7326ddd on mailbox database DB1 to the target mailbox with the alias Morris.
        New-MailboxRestoreRequest -SourceDatabase DB1 -SourceStoreMailbox 1d20855f-fd54-4681-98e6-e249f7326ddd -TargetMailbox Morris

        New-MaiboxRestoreRequest -SourceDatabase DB1 -SourceStoreMailbox "Morris Cornejo" -TargetMailbox -TargetIsArchive
        1. Periodically check the status of the Mailbox restore request using Get-MailboxRestoreRequest.
        Once the restore has a status of Completed, remove the restore request using Remove-MailboxRestoreRequest.

        For example: Get-MailboxRestoreRequest -Status Completed | Remove-MailboxRestoreRequest