Category: Email Recovery

November 10, 2009 Solving Exchange Server Errors

Exchange recovery in case of Page Checksum Mismatch

Microsoft Exchange Server includes the procedure to become aware about file level damage caused to its pages in Exchange database. Using ESEUTIL utility with /K switch, you can detect errors in databases at both the page level and the file...

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How PST archiving can avoid Corruptions?

November 10, 2009 Email Recovery

PST files or Personal Storage Folder files (.pst extension) are the files that comprise of entire data of MS Outlook that include emails, contacts, tasks etc. After some time, the PST file starts piling up with email messages and the...

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How to protect your emails?

November 10, 2009 Email Recovery

Since the emails are of utmost important for everyone, it is important to safeguard emails against corruption. Due to its role in successful execution of organizational tasks, email is considered as the backbone of organizational communication. That is why basic...

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ScanPST fails to repair PST file

November 10, 2009 Email Recovery

Scanpst.exe or the Inbox Repair Tool is a powerful inbuilt MS Outlook PST repair tool for retrieving corrupt inbox emails, contacts and other objects. Using scanpst.exe is quite easy as even a novice user can scan the PST folders using...

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Dealing with errors occurred while opening or using NSF database

November 10, 2009 Email Recovery

While working with Lotus Notes and performing operations like opening or deleting a message, one of the following error messages may appear: "You are not authorized to perform that operation" OR "You are not authorized to access that database" (more…)

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Facing Errors of Email Clients? Get Solutions to the Problems.

November 9, 2009 Email Recovery

Through this article we will discuss on some vital troubleshooting tips of Outlook Express. When you try sending/receiving an email, you receive error messages that say: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. The server...

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