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How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchange se... - 24.May2013 1:50:44 AM   
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I am new in this forum discussion field and hope that i am able to find out my solution from here.
actually my Exchange Server database files is corrupted and unable to access mailbox.some one told me about a third party Exchange recovery tool but i am want to know Is it a final solution of my problem or there are something else?


Hope for suitable Help.
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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 24.May2013 1:53:06 AM   
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Which version of Exchange?

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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 24.May2013 1:59:56 AM   
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MS Exchange 2010

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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 4.Jun.2013 2:42:50 AM   
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How do you know your database file is corrupt? Can you outline the diagnosis you've done to arrive at this conclusion?

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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 28.Feb.2014 6:53:23 AM   
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There is nothing better than purchasing a third party software like those listed under
SysInfoTools Email Recovery Tools in case of corruption errors. Once your database is corrupted, it needs to undergo a rigorous recovery process which only these specialized software can do. With these, you would also be able to restore recovered data in multiple readable formats at multiple locations of your choice. Hope I helped a little. Thanks!

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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 5.Mar.2014 6:37:43 AM   
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There are also some third party applications which help to repair and recover the damaged Exchange database file and the recovered database can be mount directly on the server. I read that it supports all versions of MS Exchange server and provides two options. User can save the recovered database file either into .edb OR can export Exchange mailboxes in individual .pst files(which can be imported into MS Outlook). http://bit.ly/1QvJlkZ
Use Free Version t Get Results.

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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 26.Mar.2014 2:54:19 AM   
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If your EDB mailboxes got damaged due to virus attack or due to any unknown error then in this case Exchange recovery software act as a savior. This tool is developed with various advantageous features which helps Exchange users in recovering and extracting database from non working EDB file and makes them accessible again. Using this recovery application users can export EDB file into distinct healthy file formats like EML, MSG, PST or Live EDB.

For more information, Click here - https://sites.google.com/site/exchangeemailrecoverys/
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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 7.May2014 6:46:15 AM   
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Checkout this blog post and read carefully. And then try it by yourself.
http://exchangeserverstips.wordpress.com/2013/12/05/how-to-solve-when-exchange-database-fails-to-mount-with-hr0x80004005-ec-528-error/
I hope this post surely help you.

Thanks
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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 18.Jul.2014 6:38:08 AM   
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Hey,
If you are unable to restore your inaccessible mailboxes of Exchange server 2010 then you need to use in-built command like PowerShell cmdlet or Eseutil command but for the faster and easy repair I would like to recommend you Exchange Recovery Software that will provide you every feature you need in recovery as well as conversion or export process from one Exchange to another Exchange. Download Demo version for free to test its quality. Download here: http://www.convertedbtopst.net/

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RE: How to restore my inaccessible mailboxes of exchang... - 25.Jul.2017 5:54:24 AM   
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I think this is a very easiest way, you must follow the mentioned below steps:

Manual Works (Client Machine)
1. Export the old mailbox in Outlook PST, disconnect the old mailbox and create a new profile. Import the Outlook PST into the new mailbox.

Manual Works (Downtime)
2.Unmount the whole database and run isinteg to fix corruption in the database at application level.

you can make use of the "New-MailboxRepairRequest" cmdlet to recover the damaged mailbox.

The below example to recover user's mailbox from all types of corruption:
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New-MailboxRepairRequest -Mailbox username -CorruptionType ProvisionedFolder,SearchFolder,AggregateCounts,Folderview


Get more information, so click here :- http://exchangeserver.tumblr.com/post/105602524756/repair-damage-edb-file-and-export-mailbox-data-into-pst

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