The most exclusive features integrated into the Exchange Backup & Restore tool are described here.
Backup Multiple Exchange Mailboxes to PST Brick-level backup is easy for Exchange administrators now. They can use our tool to back up multiple mailboxes at a time. And the backup process completes in just four steps – select the source, select filters, select the destination, and back up. And each mailbox is saved to a separate PST file at the specified location.
Backup Multiple Archive Mailboxes to PST Just like primary user mailboxes, you can backup archive mailboxes too. When archiving is enabled for a user mailbox, our solution automatically displays the archive mailbox in the software console so that you can select it for backup. And with administrative rights, you can backup archive mailboxes of multiple users too.
Backup Shared mailboxes to PST Our tool saves even shared mailboxes (accessible to multiple users with different permissions) to PST. To back up, the Exchange account should have a shared mailbox associated with it. In this way, you can back up Office 365 shared mailboxes as well.
Save Public Folder data to PST With this tool, you can save public folder data directly to PST. The tool backs up messages, Calendar items, Journal entries, Contacts, etc. You can backup legacy as well as modern public folders – no matter whether they are in a mailbox database or public folder database.
Restores healthy PST files to Exchange You can import (restore) a PST file back to Exchange with our tool. Just browse for the PST files, provide the Exchange credentials, filter the data, and migrate. The filters are same for both the backup and restore processes.
Restore user mailboxes from Exchange OST files The tool also provides the facility to restore offline storage (OST) files to Exchange. So, if you have some missing, deleted, or disconnected mailboxes, you can restore them from the OST files on the user systems.
Use CSV file to add multiple mailboxes If you have many mailboxes for backup, then you can use a CSV file for convenience. You can download a sample CSV file from the software, input the source & destination details, and then import it to the tool. So this is the best tool to backup multiple mailboxes.
Filters to backup only the desired data The advanced filters of the tool make it easy for you to back up the data as per your needs. You can include or exclude the mailbox folders (Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, etc.), select item types (Email, Journal, Task, Contacts, Calendar/Appointment), and filter the mailbox items by a date range.
Skip Deleted Items folder & empty folders The tool allows you skip the Deleted Items folder and empty folders from the backup. This option is convenient when you have a large number of empty folders in mailboxes.
Run multiple instances of tool simultaneously If a backup process is going on, and you want to either backup or restore some other data, then you can run another instance of the tool. Another instance will run independent of the first one and will not interfere with it in anyway.
Incremental backup If you do Exchange backups regularly, the Incremental backup feature of the tool helps you save time, effort, and storage space. With this feature, you can skip the previously backed up data from the backup or import process.
Reports in a CSV file After completing the backup or restore, the tool displays the details of the process. You can save these details to a CSV file too. The report will have the details of mailboxes, backup destination, and status of the backup/restore.
To take the backup of your Exchange mailboxes, you must connect the Exchange account with the software and select the mailboxes.
Exchange version 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2000, 5.5 and 5.0
Microsoft Outlook - Office 365, 2021, 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, 98 and 97
100 MB of disk space
2 GB RAM
Intel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent
Windows OS Platforms - Windows 365, 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT and 95 Windows Server 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003