|Crack Size||13.5 MB|
Stellar Information Technology Pvt Ltd.
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Stellar Phoenix EDB to PST Converter is a reliable software designed to create a backup for Exchange Server data. The application is easy to use and can work both in online or offline mode, by extracting mailbox information and storing it to .PST files, in the specified destination, on your computer.
With Stellar Phoenix EDB to PST Converter you can easily acquire mailbox data from the dedicated server, then save it to your computer. The software can work in two modes: online or offline. The online method implies connecting the station to the Exchange server and acquiring data from the online mailbox.
Alternatively, in offline mode, you can load one or more specific Exchange Server databases and extract the information from the local files. The application allows you to select and open the database, or scan the computer to find the supported .EDB files. Once you load the database, the software offers you a preview of its contents.
Once you establish the connection to the Exchange server in online mode, or open the database, offline, the software can display the contents available for you to use. You can view Mailbox items, such as emails, contacts, calendars, notes, sent items and attachments. The software allows you to select the items you wish to recover from the Mailbox.
Alternatively, when working with a .EDB file, you can select the desired Mailboxes contained in the database. The software can save the retrieved items to your computer as .PST files, which are compatible with Microsoft Outlook. In other words, Stellar Mailbox Extractor for Exchange Server can easily convert .EDB files to .PST databases, in offline mode.
With Stellar Phoenix EDB to PST Converter, you can retrieve and preview the data contained on the dedicated Exchange Server. The Mailbox items can be viewed and saved to your computer. The software can work both in online and offline mode, by connecting to the Exchange Server or opening .EDB files.