Fast and intuitive EDB file viewer and recovery tool with great performance
EDB Viewer Tool is an all-in-one solution for hassle-free viewing of damaged Exchange Server EDB files and recovery of their content. EDB files are used by Exchange Server for storing folders, messages, contacts, calendar entries, notes and all other objects supported by the program. Exchange Server 2003 and earlier versions used two files - EDB and STM - for data storage, while all newer versions used a single EDB file for all of its data. Exchange Server files can reach gigabytes in size, which makes them vulnerable to various data corruption threats, including hardware failures, consequences of virus attacks and software bugs.
EDB Viewer Tool is absolutely indispensable for all situations that require urgent recovery of business or personal data from a damaged EDB file. Thanks to an intuitive interface, a convenient built-in viewer and a fast recovery engine, the program can be used by anyone without any problems. EDB Viewer Tool requires absolutely no previous recovery experience and no advanced computer skills, which makes it a perfect fit for 99% of regular users. The program enables users to preview the entire structure of corrupted EDB files, including mailboxes, their folders and subfolders, as well as specific objects, in a convenient Outlook-style viewer. Recovered items can be saved directly to an Outlook *.pst file (Outlook must be installed on the users system) for immediate access. EDB Viewer Tool offers outstanding efficiency of data recovery and flawlessly handles even the worst data corruption cases involving Exchange Server 2003, 2007 and 2010 files. Data can be viewed and recovered in just a few simple steps taking the user though the entire process: from selecting a damaged file to viewing the recovery log and closing the program. The demo version of EDB Viewer Tool can be safely downloaded from the manufacturer's website and contains all the features of the full version, but is limited to recovering 5 first items only.