Blog Posts - Solving Exchange Server Errors



How to handle Exchange server errors correctly

About everybody working with MS Exchange server knows the importance of EDB files which act as a strategic storehouse for data sent and received in the Exchange Server. Any type of Exchange database failures and corruptions finally influence the func...
by Data Recovery Blog on Sep 11, 2012

Resolve – “This mailbox exceeded the maximum number of corrupted items”

Exchange 2010 Server is the latest version of the popular Microsoft Exchange Server application. This latest version includes many advanced features as compared to its older counterparts. Therefore, several businesses and individual users are migrati...
by Data Recovery Blog on Aug 8, 2012

Error message: Exchange Server account was not created

While creating email account on Outlook 2003, you might receive an error message conveying that Exchange Server account was not created. Your mail is set to be delivered to a location other than the Exchange account that you created. If in case you...
by Data Recovery Blog on May 3, 2010

EDB Corruption When Defragmentation Fails

Microsoft Exchange Server runs a defragmentation process to eradicate the unused Storage space and rearrange Mailbox store and Public folders and stored data, so that it can become manageable. Eseutil utility is used for defragmentation of Exchange S...
by Data Recovery Blog on Dec 14, 2009

EDB Corruption and Access Problems in Exchange Server

At times when you try retrieving your data from MS Exchange Server, the process fails and you receive error message mentioned below: Access denied to database Mailbox Store (SERVER2K3). WARNING: “\\SERVER2K3\Microsoft Information Store\First Storag...
by Data Recovery Blog on Dec 14, 2009

Using Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Merge Program

Microsoft Exchange Server comes with an apprehensive tool known as Exchange Mailbox Merge tool aka Exmerge.exe. Exmerege.exe tool is used when you want to merge currently working Exchange Server mailbox database to another system’s Exchange Server...
by Data Recovery Blog on Nov 23, 2009


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