Expertise Solution for Conversion of Exchange 2003 Offline EDB to PST
07/02/2014

This release has been out to spread the news of available solution in order to convert Exchange 2003 offline EDB to PST.

Online PR News – 02-July-2014 – Florida – Gothenburg, Sweden: - Microsoft has been a leading organization with all its multifaceted applications and has emerged as a biggest competitor of same league. In spite of these achievements applications like MS Exchange are encircled with many issues. This release has been out to inform MS Exchange users about some very important features of Exchange Recovery software which is built to assist users with MS Exchange database corruption issues. This software has basic mechanism of recovering and converting Exchange 2003 offline EDB to PST. Some of the key features of the tool are;

• Recovery of all the data items including emails, contacts, tasks, notes, calendars, etc.
• Software creates all these items in a PST file creating separate PST file for each mailbox.
• Supports offline, orphan and dismounted EDB databases.
• Supports both Priv and Pub EDB files.
• Restores permanently deleted items also.
• Supports all the versions of Exchange including Exchange 2013.

Evan Swans, Director of Product Development, said, “MS Exchange is a very significant email server and many organizations find it suitable for emailing and data sharing. But they find the corruption in its database equally cumbersome. In order to assist them and other users we built this Exchange Recovery software which is a high-tech software and permits recovery of data of all the Exchange versions. It will allow recovery of old version Exchange 2003 offline EDB to PST and will also support recovery of latest Exchange 2013 version. Software has been designed by our expert developers and they have applied latest technology to enhance the output precision and perfection. It has many features and also recovers the permanently deleted items, which makes the software more desirable. It has served many users already and we wish that in future also many users can take advantage of it.”