Microsoft Exchange administrators can browse offline EDB files and selectively export folders and emails even in the case of heavy database corruption.
Online PR News – 10-August-2009 – – MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--OfficeRecovery.com has released a new version of Visual Recovery for Exchange Server, its granular data recovery software for Microsoft Exchange Server.
The data recovery tool now supports all Exchange Server versions up to 2007 including latest service packs. The product performance on heavily damaged email databases has been improved both speed- and quality-wise.
The typical time for Visual Recovery for Exchange Server to prepare a 16Gb EDB file for browsing has been reduced to less than 10 minutes, although it may vary depending on database complexity and the extent of damage. After the initial database scan is completed, the data is presented in the form of a folder tree and lists of messages. Folders and individual messages can be marked for subsequent export into PST files.
"I encourage Exchange administrators to use Visual Recovery as the default tool for exporting items from offline EDB files in the course of daily data management routines. A very important feature of the software is its capability to handle corrupted databases which cannot be mounted anymore, and this is what makes it a must-have," says Emil Sildos, Recoveronix CEO.
Visual Recovery for Exchange prices start at US $799 for a standard license. The license allows one installation of the product, use for one server and imposes a 16Gb size limit for databases being recovered. Other types of licenses are Enterprise, allowing two servers and no database size limit, and 1-Year Service, a special license for companies providing data recovery services.
A free demo version of Visual Recovery for Exchange is available at
OfficeRecovery.com is a trade name for Recoveronix, a software company in the data recovery business since 1998. More than 40 products offered by Recoveronix have provided millions of businesses and individuals the chance to regain data accessibility and integrity after the event of data corruption.