July 28, 2010

Why I cannot open PST file?

Email Recovery

One of the widespread problems faced by Outlook users is the occurrence of an error message restricting Outlook to display emails, contacts, drafts, to do list items, etc. The error message that occurs when a user login to Outlook account is: “Unable to display folder. Microsoft Outlook could not access the specified folder location. Errors…

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December 14, 2009

EDB Corruption and Access Problems in Exchange Server

Solving Exchange Server Errors

At times, when you try retrieving your data from MS Exchange Server, the process fails, and you receive error message mentioned below: Access denied to database Mailbox Store (SERVER2K3). WARNING: \\SERVER2K3\Microsoft Information Store\First Storage Group\Mailbox Store (SERVER2K3) is a corrupt file. This file cannot verify. Database or database element is corrupt This error message means…

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What to do when defragmentation fails, and EDB files become corrupt?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

The management of large data in Exchange Server is always the main concern for Exchange administrators. Space freed up after deletion of data always remain unclaimed, so the utilization of this space is the primary need for many. Microsoft also takes care of this and offers an in-built Eseutil utility which offers the defragmentation of…

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November 26, 2009

Troubleshooting of Outlook Express Mail Sending Problems

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:

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Make Exchange Server Working More Easy and Secure

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Microsoft Exchange Server is a comprehensive, complex, and powerful messaging and collaborative utility whose proper maintenance is must for working easily and smoothly. If a problem occurs in MS Exchange Server then it becomes very difficult to resolve the issue. Therefore, it is better to take proper care about this complex yet highly beneficial software…

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November 23, 2009

Email messages disappear from your Inbox in Outlook 2002 and 2003

Email Recovery

Applies to: MS Outlook 2002 and 2003 If you are using Microsoft Outlook 2002 or Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, you might have come across a situation when your email messages disappeared from your Inbox. In many cases, this behavior occurs only after you have gone through the emails. Disappearing emails can leave you in havoc…

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November 12, 2009

Error Message: You are not authorized to perform that operation” while accessing NSF database

Email Recovery

Notes Storage Format or NSF file is a database file used by Lotus Notes users to save emails, notes, contacts, calendars and other objects. Lotus Notes has a feature embedded in it, known as Access Control List (ACL) that is a list of permissions attached to an object. Using this list, the administrator can apply…

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November 10, 2009

Dealing with error-you are not authorized to access that database

Email Recovery

If you are dealing with Lotus Notes.NSF file, then some or the other time you must have came across the error message saying, You are not authorized to access that database

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How to Deal With Exchange Database Corruption Using ExMerge?

Solving Exchange Server Errors

Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Merge Program or ExMerge utility is used to extract mailbox data from one Exchange Server to PST and then merges it to another Exchange Server. So this tool is one of the most competent utility for Exchange migration requirements. Steps for using ExMerge: Download the ExMerge installer from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=2743 and install it….

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How PST archiving can avoid Corruptions?

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 file becomes so large that MS Outlook starts crashing frequently; eventually, the entire PST file…

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