Exchange Server Fix Toolbox

Fix tool for damaged Microsoft Exchange Server *.edb and *.stm files

Fix Exchange Server non-functioning databases

Fix edb and stm files damaged

Exchange Server Fix Toolbox is a simple and universal solution for recovering damaged data from Microsoft Exchange Server *.edb and *.stm files. The program reads your non-functioning database and saves the information it finds into separate *.pst files as used by Microsoft Outlook. Each PST file contains only one mail profile belonging to a single user. Software fix Exchange Server edb files any size and versions.

The program's main functions and features include:

  • Fix non-functioning databases created with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016.
  • Works with damaged Exchange 2003 *.edb files.
  • Export recovered data into PST files.
  • Export to separate msg files.
  • Support for large databases.
  • Preliminary review of recovered information.
  • Recover contacts, messages, calendars, tasks, etc.
  • Option to select individual mail accounts to recover and save.
  • Detailed report on the recovery procedure.
  • Simple and functional interface.

EDB Fix Tool

The Exchange Server fix program's interface has been developed on the principle of a simple, step-by-step wizard, allowing you to control the recovery parameters and also to go back to any previous step at any moment in order to make any necessary changes to the wizard's parameters.

How to fix EDB file
Note: The program is not licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL) or GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Exchange Server Fix Toolbox is not open source software or a freeware tool. Exchange Server Fix Toolbox is distributed on the try-before-you-buy basis with a free DEMO version.
Requirements: You must have a 32-bit version of Microsoft Outlook installed on your computer.
Note: Exchange Server Fix Toolbox does not save data if Microsoft Exchange Server is installed (or has been installed) on your computer.

System requirements: Windows 98 or higher

Screenshots

Step I

Main Screen.

Step II

Select the Source File(s).

Step III

View the structure of the damaged database and select the objects to be recovered.

Step IV

Selection of the output folder.