OfficeRecovery Provides Fast and Precise Instruments for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Post-Disaster Recovery
Exchange Server 2010 administrators can browse the contents of corrupted email databases and recover emails, folders and mailboxes faster with Recovery for Exchange Server software utility.
- (1888PressRelease) July 20, 2010 - Recovery for Exchange Server fully supports new formats announced by Microsoft in year 2010. Corrupted Exchange 2010 databases are taken apart and recovered emails are written into Microsoft Outlook Personal Storage Files, ready to be imported into healthy/backup Exchange database. Recovered are all objects, including mailboxes, folders, messages with file attachments and many other features.
For many years, Recovery for Exchange Server has rescued millions of emails lost in damaged Exchange databases, providing a very simple 'one click recovers it all' user interface to its sophisticated internal works.
Today, a new flexible means for data recovery has been added to the traditional user interface. It's called Data Browser and comes standard with the new releases of Recovery for Exchange Server.
An important innovation available in Recovery for Exchange Server Data Browser is the ability to preview file attachments prior to recovery process. You can easily browse through the objects in a corrupted database and open the attachments with corresponding software applications as if they are located on local hard drive.
Another useful feature added to Recovery for Exchange Server Data Browser is the support for containers (such as .bkf, .vhd, .vmdk files). Now it's possible to skip the step of unpacking a backup file to recover the Exchange Server database contained within. Just browse for the desired Exchange database in backup file as if it were located in a regular Windows folder.
Sometimes a lot of valuable information can be found within Exchange logs. Good news is that Recovery for Exchange Server Data Browser is now able to retrieve such data and use it while analyzing the corrupted database. The resulting data is shown in Data Browser separately from the main database objects.
Among other features there are two improvements introduced to shorten the time required for recovering items from corrupted database:
* Data Browser provides for quick and easy filtering of the objects. You may find and select the items using many search criteria such as message subject, creation date, attachments etc. The search area can be reduced to certain folder or mailbox.
* Extracting emails from the database can be started even if the database scan is not complete. Suppose that you have a 10Gb database with a lot of mailboxes, but only need to recover some folders from a certain mailbox. You can select the folders as soon as they are scanned and start the recovery immediately.
"Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 should be done with a disaster recovery plan in mind. The newest release Recovery for Exchange Server is an essential part of it, natively supporting the format and recovering lost email quickly even in a post-disaster environment" says Emil Sildos, Recoveronix CEO.
Recovery for Exchange Server prices start at US $799.00 for a standard license. The license allows one installation of the product. Other types of licenses are Enterprise, allowing two installations, and 1-Year Service, a special license for companies providing data recovery services.
Exchange administrators are welcome to experience the new powerful features of Recovery for Exchange Server by downloading a free demo version of the product:
OfficeRecovery.com is a trade name for Recoveronix, a software company in the data recovery business since 1998. More than 40 products offered by Recoveronix have provided millions of businesses and individuals the chance to restore data accessibility and integrity after the event of data corruption.