Monitor Work from Home Employees with Employee Desktop Live Viewer.

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Updated On - 24 Apr 2020

How to Restore Exchange 2016 Mailboxes?

Email Recovery

Recovering mailbox databases from Exchange 2016 can be very challenging if you don’t have backups or copies of the mailbox database. Usually, every user is not capable of restoring a mailbox database in Exchange 2016 as it requires in-depth knowledge of Exchange features and retention policies. However, Microsoft offers a reliable facility to recover mailboxes…

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Updated On - 17 Feb 2020

How to Recover Deleted Mailbox in Exchange 2010

Email Recovery

Recovering an Exchange mailbox that is deleted accidentally can be one of the most frustrating things for a user. But, the relieving part is that a mailbox is never removed permanently from Exchange 2010. When you accidentally delete a mailbox in Exchange 2010, it is disconnected from your account and held in the directory for…

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Updated On - 24 Apr 2020

How to do granular recovery of Exchange mailbox items?

Email Recovery

The term ‘granular recovery’ means the recovery of some specific items from a mailbox which is corrupt. This item can be a message, contact, note, or any other information. There are various methods to repair corrupt Exchange databases like eseutil tool, but they will not allow you to recover mailbox items. The eseutil tool takes…

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Updated On - 24 Apr 2020

All-In-One Exchange Server tool for EDB, OST and PST File

Email Recovery

In business and other digital world, regular and sometimes new users face issues in their Exchange Database or Outlook files. Regardless of knowing about the specific cause for the issue, the users try to find a stable solution for it. The secured and instant solutions are the need of the time. Instead of looking for…

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Updated On - 24 Apr 2020

Extract Attachments From Live Exchange Mailbox

Email Recovery

The number of heavy attachments in emails is one of the reasons for the large size of Exchange database. Emails, when sent without attachments, may not take much space. But when email messages are attached with documents, images, etc., they consume a lot of storage space. If more and more messages are sent and received…

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