In the present scenario, fast, efficient and rich access to emails, notes, contacts, calendar entries, journal, attachments and other personal data have become prerequisite for the success of businesses. In the current scenario, Microsoft Exchange Server is becoming more and more popular day by day. The growing popularity of the Microsoft Exchange Server can be attributed to the fact that they deliver a messaging system, which addresses all of the business needs such as security, speed and availability, etc. Moreover, Exchange Server creates a separate mailbox for every user, which can be accessed through Microsoft Outlook. However, the Exchange Server database may get damaged in some cases and does not allows you to access the data, send or receive emails, create backup and perform any other operation on the database. This creates a situation of heavy data loss and requires Exchange Server Recovery at the earliest.
Consider a situation, when you are trying to access your mailbox from the Exchange Server. You are not able to access your mailbox, the operation does not completes and you may find the following Event ID in Application Event Log of the Exchange Server:
Category: Database Corruption
Event ID: 447
Store (2624) A bad page link (error -338) has been detected in a B-Tree (Object Id: 2283, Pgno Root: 213598) of database
F:\Exchsrvr\MDBDATA\priv1.edb (3253654 => 3304833, 3253654).
In the above-mentioned situation, you are unable to send any file as an attachment along with the email. Using Microsoft Outlook, you can send plain text emails but you cannot access anything from the Exchange Server database and cannot send any file as an attachment along with the email. In case you try to attach any file to your email, the Microsoft Outlook gives the below-mentioned error message:
"The operation failed."
The above-mentioned error occurs due to damage to the EDB (Exchange Server Database) file or lets say the above-mentioned error appears when your EDB file becomes corrupt.
As said earlier, this problem occurs due to the EDB (Exchange Server Database) corruption. A number of factors are responsible for EDB corruption. Some of them are as follows:
2.Missing file objects
4.Improper system shutdown
To deal with this, you need to perform Exchange Server Recovery. This simply means that you need to repair your EDB file and restore all your valuable and mission critical data from it. You can easily and successfully recover your Exchange Server Database file from a recent, valid and complete EDB backup.
In case of unavailability of a valid EDB file backup, you can repair your EDB file and restore your valuable data using an efficient, powerful and advanced third party Exchange Recovery tool.
These third party Exchange Recovery tools use quick, powerful and efficient scanning algorithms to methodically scan the damaged or corrupt EDB file and restore all of the Exchange Server mailboxes and their objects. Moreover these third party Exchange Recovery utilities have an interactive, simple and easy to use graphical user interface that does not require any sound or prior technical knowledge to work on them.
Kernel for Exchange Server is one such efficient and professional third party Exchange Recovery utility. With the help of Kernel for Exchange Server, you can efficiently, accurately and flawlessly repair your EDB file and restore your valuable data.
11.12.2013, 16:15 von FrankBartsch |