Exchange Recovery Software

Recoveryfix for Exchange Server Recovery

Recovers all data from corrupt Exchange database files and saves them to PST, Office 365, Live Exchange

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Recover Mailboxesfrom a Corrupt EDB File

Conducts a flawless recovery from a severely corrupt EDB file and retrieves all mailbox content in the best possible condition. Exchange Server Recovery software places the mailbox folders in a perfect tree-structure, as it was saved in the Exchange. Exchange Recovery tool recovers the deleted mailboxes and items which you thought were lost forever.

  • Scans and recovers entire mailbox items including deleted ones.
  • Supports recovery of corrupt OST & PST file.
  • Saves the desired items in either new or existing PST file.
  • Supports each version of Exchange Server (2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2003, and 2000).
Recover Mailboxes from a Corrupt EDB
Migrate to Multiple Destinations

With Exchange Recovery Manager tool, You can also choose to directly migrate the mailbox items to Office 365, Outlook profile, or Live Exchange. The migration can be accomplished by providing credentials after selecting the required destination. While migrating, you can choose various filters like Item Types and Date Range.

  • Migrates data with complete folder hierarchy.
  • Data is instantly accessible at the destination after migration.
  • Offers simple drag-&-drop and copy-&-paste options for migration.
Migrate to Multiple Destinations
Export Items to PST, MSG, or EML File

Exchange Server Recovery software can export save specific mailbox items to PST, EML, or MSG formats from the source mailbox folders.

  • Export Exchange EDB to PST, EML and MSG file.
  • Migrates mailbox items with complete metadata and properties.
  • Breaks the size of PST file if exceeding its size limit.
  • Create a new Unicode PST file.
Export Items to PST, MSG, or EML
Backup Recovery from Exchange Backup File

Exchange Server Recovery tool extracts exchange data from backups created by an application like NT Backup, Symantec, VERITAS, HP, and CAARC Backup, and similar applications.

  • Saves backup file data to your desired location.
  • Allows you to choose to keep all files like- EDB file, STM files, or Log file.
  • Shows complete details of the backup file (name, path, type, size, date created, and modified)
Backup Recovery from Exchange Backup


Happy Customer’sStatement
Richa Dolin Testimonial

"We were at the stage of losing all of our client’s data after EDB corruption. Exchange contained all the critical information of our business. However, RecoveryFix Exchange Server worked like a magic touch for us. After trying several solutions to recover data from my corrupt EDB file, we finally discovered this tool online and purchased it immediately."

Richa Dolin

Jerry Patel Testimonial

"Being an Exchange administrator, I never faced any problem with my Exchange database files. But, that day when my server crashed due to an unexpected error, and all my EDB files got corrupt, I was scared to hell. Finding no solution to repair them or recover data from them, I ran a search on the Internet and found this useful tool which relieved all my stress."



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Recoveryfix for Exchange Server
Software Features Trial Version Full Version
Fixes all corruptions related to EDB
Recovers deleted items & attachments
Supports all versions of Microsoft Exchange
Copy-&-Paste messages, Drag-&-Drop messages
Export to EML/MSG, Export to PST
24*7 Technical assistance (Chat, Email, Phone)
Saving limit 25 items per folder Unlimited
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Exchange Recovery SoftwareFAQs

Well, this is quite easy. On the toolbar, click ‘Search’ to open the ‘Search Source’ dialogue box. Now in the search window, you can apply searching criteria and search for emails as per choice. Once the messages are displayed, right-click on the searched messages, and export or copy messages.

To do this, you need to copy the messages from a source folder and then paste it in a folder in the destination alternately. You can drag and drop messages from source to destination folder.

If you are migrating a single mailbox, then only the login credentials of the mailbox are needed. If you are migrating multiple mailboxes, then you should have Global Administrator Login credentials.

Yes, while adding a destination you can select an existing PST file. After it is added as a destination, you can copy a mailbox/mailbox folder or messages from the source to the PST file.

Well, if you have a large mailbox, you can save it to multiple PST files. While exporting the mailbox, you can use the ‘Split PST file’ option to save the mailbox data to multiple PST files.

No, there is no option to pause the migration process. However, you can choose to cancel it.

There is no upper limit on the number of mailboxes. Any number of mailboxes can be migrated from the source to the destination.

Apart from the EDB file, you can have Live Exchange, Outlook profile, and Office 365 as the source.

No. A complete migration process cannot be undone.

Yes, for 24*7. We help our clients with all their needs.

User Reviews & Ratings (141)

Exchange Server Recovery
(4.6 / 5) 141 Reviews
  • Daniel 26.09.2018

    When my EDB file got corrupt, I was looking for cost-effective solutions but couldn't find any. Then I get to know about this Exchange Server recovery tool from an online article. I thought of giving it a try and tried the free version of this tool. And the results it provided was astonishing; it completely recovered the EDB file data with deleted items. So, I took no more time and purchased the full version of the tool.-David Matt

  • James 24.09.2018

    One of the most common problems that users often face is migrating data from a corrupt EDB file to Exchange Server or Office 365. As there is no manual method to perform this, so I started looking for professional tools. While scrolling on the internet, I found this tool. After comparing it with other tools and using it, I can say that this is the best migrating tool for EDB to Exchange Server.- Heather Josh

  • Emily 24.09.2018

    One feature that I liked most about this tool is its capability to recover backup data from EDB files. We all know that in Exchange Server a backup data is created by using an application, such as NT Backup, Symantec, VERITAS, etc. But, extracting data from this backup is a bit daunting, so I preferred using this tool to do that for me.- Robin Mathew

  • Jack 22.09.2018

    I have been using this tool for a decent time, and I can say that the user interface of this tool is so simple and understanding that you don't need a guide to run it. Especially, the exporting data from an EDB file to Exchange or Office 365 is much better than other high-rated tools.- Ruff Lambert