Exchange Server Fix Toolbox

Fix tool for damaged Microsoft Exchange Server *.edb and *.stm files


How to Fix Microsoft Exchange Server 2003?

Exchange Fix tool

Exchange Server Fix Toolbox explains how to fix Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and how to fix Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 without revealing affected information to other users, like data recovery engineers. The procedure of fix my Outlook Exchange is organized as several easy steps so it should not be too complicated for more experienced users or even beginners.

Besides the installation file of Exchange fix tool is distributed for free to everyone who wants to know how do I fix Microsoft 2010 Exchange?

Get it too and check it can successfully recover EDB files and provide the following features:

  • answers how to fix Exchange DB and suggests the description of EDB repair actions that implies users follow several easy steps and accept all guidelines of Exchange Server Fix Toolbox, provided by default;
  • guarantees that all EDB database repair operations are really safe and there is no way of losing personal information or some kind of business critical data;
  • carefully opens corrupted database files in Microsoft Exchange format, located anywhere in the network, including other disks, workstations, flash drives and other resources, except ones outside of the network;
  • always leaves the structure of MS Exchange files untouched and protects input documents from any modification, affecting their internal structure;

Fix my Outlook Exchange

Note: The program is not licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL) or GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Exchange Server Fix Toolbox is not open source software or a freeware tool. Exchange Server Fix Toolbox is distributed on the try-before-you-buy basis with a free DEMO version.
Requirements: You must have a 32-bit version of Microsoft Outlook installed on your computer.
Note: Exchange Server Fix Toolbox does not save data if Microsoft Exchange Server is installed (or has been installed) on your computer.

System requirements: Windows 98 or higher


Step I

Main Screen.

Step II

Select the Source File(s).

Step III

View the structure of the damaged database and select the objects to be recovered.

Step IV

Selection of the output folder.