However, according to reports this has proven to be a helpful facility for users repairing and converting Exchange database consisting of large number of huge sized mailboxes which a PST mailbox might not be able to store successfully due to file size in regard with the file size issues generally faced by Outlook users. Technical teams like the; lab and development teams are solely responsible for the adding the respective facility in Exchange Recovery program.
Whereas, Evan Swans, the respective Director of Product Development team was quoted as giving the following statement: "Exchange Recovery has evidentially been one of our best and most successful creations till date of this organization. This application is wanted by most whether they are home based users or enterprise level of Exchange based users wanting to recovery EDB files. This application has a solution for them all, and conversion of Exchange EDB to PST was just an additional facility that the tool provides in concern for the storage of repaired Exchange database. Meanwhile, since the updation of PST split facility was an added glory to the software. Exchange is already known for storing large amount of database in the form of user mailboxes, for managing which software has split function along with conversion to PST option. PST files are known to surfacing issues as far as limited file size is concerned which makes it quite obvious that Exchange database would prove to be too large for it to store that can be handled by splitting up resultant file."
The release discusses about a renowned version of Exchange Recovery application and specifically about Exchange EDB to PST conversion and its split option combination. However, other major set of updations that took place in the application include; conversion of repaired Exchange database to MSG and EML formats, migration of EDB file whether healthy or inaccessible into another live Exchange Server, naming convention facility, multiple mailbox and selective mailbox conversion, etc.
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