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Monday, 7 April 2014

Restore Exchange Backup

Microsoft Exchange Server acts as the communication powerhouse in an organization. It’s not only recommended but a precautionary step to take the backup of Exchange Server Database (EDB) files. Each EDB file can store one to hundreds of mailboxes. A regular and updated backup helps the Administrators to restore the Exchange Server in case of any emergency when the server or particular EDB files crashes. Such a situation appears because of different reasons such as power failure, sudden shut down, unexpected restart, etc. In these situations, the EDB files become inaccessible to the users and the Exchange Server. In order to get their working state back, it’s required to restore Exchange backup.

If you’re facing any such situation and has an existing backup, then Lepide Exchange for Recovery Manager (LERM) is the right tool you’re looking for. Its Backup Extractor can extract the NTF backup files created by CA ARCserver, HP Backup, VERITAS, Symantec, and Windows NTBackup. It supports the restoration of both full and incremental backup. The best part is that the usage of Lepide Backup Extractor is quite easy. 

In addition to restore Exchange Backup, LERM will also help you in performing the following tasks: -
  1. Recovering the complete data (mailboxes, emails, tasks, calendar items, etc.) from the corrupted, offline, and unmounted EDB files
  2. Transferring the data from the offline EDB files to Exchange Server’s new/existing mailboxes or to new/existing PST files
  3. Migrating the data from the OST files to the Exchange Server Mailbox or PST file
  4. Converting the individual emails from OST, PST, Offline EDB, or Exchange Mailbox to EML or MSG
  5. Migrating the mailboxes from one Exchange Server to another Exchange Server
  6. Migrating the mailboxes from the hosted Exchange to the online Office 365

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