Kernel for Exchange Recovery software facilitates the system administrator and IT helpdesk staff to rebuild EDB database within few moments. The software recreates the corrupt database with full accuracy i.e. all mailboxes and data stored within them is recovered in the same format, as it was before the damage of EDB file. One of the benefits of rebuilding EDB database is that you can directly mount it on Exchange Server and enable employees to continue communication without putting much effort.
The process to rebuild EDB database using Kernel for Exchange Recovery software is very easy. Just few steps and you are done with recreating a new EDB file from corrupt EDB file. To recreate EDB file, start the software and locate the corrupt EDB file:
After you have selected the corrupt EDB file, move ahead, and select the Rebuild corrupted database option:
Now, click the Finish button to proceed ahead and select the version of EDB file you have. For example, if the EDB file is created in Exchange Server 2003, then select Exchange Server 2003 or Lower version otherwise select Exchange Server 2007 or upper version:
Select a location on your computer's hard disk or network drive to save the new EDB database and click the OK button to rebuild EDB database. After the process of repairing and saving the EDB database will be completed, you are prompted to verify the health of new EDB file before mounting it on Exchange Server:
Execute the Veify.bat file to confirm that whether the file is recreated successfully or not. When you execute the Verify.bat file, its output will be saved in a text file, which encloses the health status of the EDB database. If the file has been rebuilt successfully, you see internal structure of the database in the text file. Now, mount the EDB database on Exchange Server and get all lost data back.