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Exchange Server Repair Kit is an absolute must-have for any software development professional working with MS SQL databases.
For more information:http://www.exchangeserver.repair/
If doesn't help, look here:http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/exchange-server/734-repair-exchange-priv1-pub1-edb
Posted on Dec 27, 2014
There are many reasons for the abrupt shutdown of Exchange Server like hardware problem, virus infection, database file header corruption etc. Whatever the cause, there is no doubt that dirty shutdown is a pathetic situations for Exchange server administrators. To handle such critical situation easily, here is great solution: How to Solve Exchange Dirty Shutdown
Posted on Aug 16, 2012
You have to repair the Exchange Database file (.edb). After successful repair of EDB file you will again able to mount the database.
It's not a very difficult task to do this. You just have to run ESEUTIL or New-MailboxRepair command in PowerShell. You can go to the below link for more detail discussion about Repair Exchange Database (.edb) file.
Corrupt EDB repair
Posted on Mar 28, 2016
Solve corruption issues of Exchange 2003 EDB file with best EDB to PST converter software. It is successfully works against any factor responsible for Exchange corruption and recover EDB file perfectly. EDB to PST converter program is best-suited to recover Exchange server and convert EDB file to PST file.
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Posted on May 03, 2014
There is very simple process to convert Exchange database into PST file after corruption . Make use of Exchange EDB to PST Converter Software which assists you to repair Exchange EDB file and then convert them into Outlook without losing a single file of Exchange EDB. With this EDB file converter software you can get effective way to recover and export EDB file into PST. It is an advance application which supports higher version of EDB file
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Posted on Feb 12, 2014
I believe that your Exchange Database is in Dirty Shutdown stage and to overcome this you can try in a third party utility tool which can repair in your corrupt EDB's as well as restore the data from these EDB to PST, Office 365 or Live Exchange Server. For more details refer to http://www.edbrecoveryutility.com/
Posted on Oct 08, 2013
Due to dirty shutdown your exchange server data being damaged or deleted and you are not able to get back your data , Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager tool with advanced features repair and restore your all type exchange server corrupted data. for more info visit: edb to pst
Posted on Aug 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello there. I would just like to share with you simple steps how I checked on this issue we encountered just a few weeks back.
First thing to check is to make sure that all Exchange related services are started. You can check that on the Services panel. Next is to check if the POP3 service is running on the exchange manager console. So after this, i was able to send receive emails again.
Unfortunately, in my case, that did not still fix the queue issue. What you need to do is to defrag the exchange database. Defrag in exchange is different from doing a system defrag of your OS. Please refer to the steps below from Microsoft. But make sure that you backup the exchange database first as this is a very crucial stage for your emails.
This is from MS:
Create a batch file and copy the ff:
net stop msexchangemta
net stop msexchangeis
net stop msexchangesa
"c:program filesexchsrvrineseutil.exe" /d C:ExchangeDatapriv1.edb
net start msexchangesa
net start msexchangeis
net start msexchangemta
Note: Point the .edb file to the appropriate path where your Exchange DB is located.
Run this after making sure that you have a backup.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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