If your EDB file got corrupted and you need to recover data from EDB file, so just download EdbMails EDB recovery tool. Recover EDB to PST file along with its data, properties and attachment. EdbMails successfully recovers mailbox from EDB files, and it works on Exchange server version up to 2019.


You can download and install EdbMails EDB to PST recovery software that high performing and deep scan tool for larger EDB files, in order to removes all the errors to make EDB recovery into PST process.


EdbMails EDB to PST recovery software designed with the latest and advanced features that makes it different from other presented software. This software highly required outlook environment. In this professional EDB to PST converter that efficiently convert offline MS Exchange database (EDB) to equivalent Outlook data file (PST), This EdbMails EDB to PST converter tool helps  to extract all your  important emails, contacts, calendar, etc.,,,,


EdbMails also provides free trail demo version of free EDB recovery software which makes users to understand how to use the software to recover EDB file and convert EDB to PST. Export few mailboxes to PST with limited data which is provided in trial version.  You can open the exported PST files in outlook and verify the data.


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The user migrates their data EDB data into PST and other file formats such as EML, HTML, MSG, EMLX, vCal, MBOX, vCard by using EDB to PST Converter. With the assistance of this program, you can see the preview of recovered mailbox without any difficulty. With the help of this program, you can extract your data into cloud-based application Office365 & live Exchange Server which is an additional feature of its. This setup backing MS Outlook version 97, 98, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 2016 and 2019.

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