Viewing MS Exchange EDB file data is not at all a colossal or challenging thing. Real challenge is to view it without Microsoft Exchange platform. The requirement of exploring "What is inside EDB file?" can be different. It can be needed to view few emails for some official purpose.
Highlighting Features of Exchange EDB Viewer
It can be needed to analyze few emails for investigation. Or just to view few important contacts present in the Exchange EDB file. Well, needs can be different but manually it is impossible to view data from an EDB file without the Exchange platform. Exchange EDB Viewer has been resolved to fulfill this adequacy.
Our EDB Database Viewer tool is blended with very important feature which is capable to recover data and show its preview from a corrupted Exchange EDB file. It a complete package to deliver preview of all the data of EDB file; emails, contacts, calendars, tasks, notes, etc. Let us see how this software can help you to view data in an organized manner.
EDB Viewer Software effortlessly open edb mailbox file and instantly data is displayed in a presentable manner and attributes of the data like: From, To, Subject, etc. is also shown in same application window.
Is it possible to open and view a corrupt EDB file? "I have Exchange environment but cannot view one of the archived EDB files as itâ€™s corrupt. Is it possible to view it on this software?"
Jarred Ponder, London
"We have acquainted ourselves with the finest of application. EDB Viewer has a surprising potential which is absolutely incomparable. And on top of that, this application is completely free of charges making it a great choice."
Sandy Hornsby, US
"Having Exchange Server yet not being able to access our own database was quite frustrating. But thankfully, EDB Viewer successfully solved all of our issues. So, we are also planning to upgrade it to avail more options."
Mirella Mabry, Italy
"First the tool can open any size of EDB file then it says it can even open a corrupt database. On top of it, the software is free of cost. What more could a user want. It's all I had been looking for. Thank you team!"