EDB Diff for Exchange Server is one data recovery software especially designed to repair corrupted Microsoft® Exchange Server email databases.EDB Diff for Exchange Server allows to compare two Microsoft® Exchange Server email databases. Mailboxes and items that differentiate these email databases are stored as PST files.

Supported Exchange Server versions:
2007, 2003, 2000 and 5.5

The resulting data is saved into a set of Personal Storage File (.pst) format files in ‘Added’ (for items present only in newer email database) and ‘Removed’ (for items present only in older email database) folders. PST files are readable with Outlook or other compatible email client.

Look Into More Details Of EDB Diff for Exchange Server

Features of this data recovery software

Compares 2 Microsoft® Exchange Server email databases for different mailboxes and items
Stores differing mailboxes and single items as a set of PST files
Supports Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007, 2003, 2000 and 5.5
Gets folders, messages and file attachments
Gets notes, contacts, tasks and appointments
Gets creation dates for all objects
Formatting recovered for RTF and HTML messages
Easy to use, no special user skills required
Full install/uninstall support

System Requirements

Operating system: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 2003 Server or 2008 Server. Windows 95, 98, ME are not supported.
RAM: 256-1024 MB (depends on email database size and corruption range)
Hard Disk: minimum 10 MB of free space required for installation
Display: 640 x 480 or higher resolution, 256 colors

Download a free demo version of EDB Diff for Exchange Server.

Demo Explained

The demo version allows to evaluate both the performance of EDB Diff for Exchange Server and recoverability of a particular corrupted email database.

There are two typical outcomes of using the demo version:

A limited amount of actual data will be recovered from the email database. Other recoverable data will be presented as placeholders labeled “demo”;
Data analysis will find the email database impossible to recover. “No data to recover” message will be shown in that case.