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Systools, Exchange Recovery (Review) - English

Categoría de nivel principal o raíz: Windows Creado en Miércoles, 05 Septiembre 2018 Última actualización el Miércoles, 05 Septiembre 2018 Publicado el Miércoles, 05 Septiembre 2018 Escrito por Guillermo Sanchez

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Good to all of you today I am doing some tests with a great recovery tool for Exchange Server, Systools Exchange Recovery

 

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You can see more information on the product page https://www.systoolsgroup.com/exchange-recovery.html in many cases we find exchange databases with problems and it is necessary to recover some mailbox and convert it into PST data file for Outlook I'm going to show you step by step what to do to recover a mailbox in Exchange Server 2010.

We enter the Exchange Console and dismount our Exchange Database 

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He asks us if we want to continue with the operation and we say yes (Important, during this process no user of the database will have access to Exchange)

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In my example I am working directly with the Exchange database, I could have the EDB file of a backup and perform the same operation, with the database removed we will be able to work with the EDB file directly, we validate that the database is dimounted before continuing

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Now if we can open Systools Exchange Recovery

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Select Add File, Select ... in EDB File:

Select Add

We hope you can see the file (this operation may take a few minutes depending on the size of our database)

At the end we see the following message, we select OK

We can see the complete content of our database (EDB), in my case I will use my mailbox Guillermo Sanchez to perform the test

On the Mailbox -> Export 

We select the option that we need in my case I am going to export to a PST file and then I can open it from Microsoft Outlook and press Browse

In Browse we select the folder where we want to save our PST file and select Export 

From this moment we start with the operation we see the progress and we wait for the end

After the process we see the status and validate that our PST file is available in the folder we selected

When selecting OK, we will see the status of the process in my case 1503 elements were exported and no error select Cancel to finish if we select Save a CSV file is generated with the details of the task

 

We see that the PST file is created correctly, we can only copy it where we need it and use it

Before finishing with the article I am going to show you a very good option in case you are in a migration scenario to Office 365, in the option of export you can select Office365 and Next (for the demonstration I only export my user's contacts )

We validate our user's data in Office365 as it is shown in the image and we select Export

We hope the process ends

Select OK 

We see the report of the task in my case I select Cancel 

We have already uploaded the data to Office365 from this tool, it is important to bear in mind that in order to do so, the user must be configured in Office365.

I hope any question or question will be useful to me.

Regards!

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