Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Recovering Corrupt Database Exchange 2016 Causing Error 0x8004010F

Exchange Server 2016 is the latest Exchange server from Microsoft, which provides a rich, reliable, and more flexible platform with relatively IT costs. As with previous versions of Exchange server and in Exchange 2016 too, all the data of the user mailboxes is stored in an Exchange database file. The database file may get corrupt, at times, because of which you may see some strange behavior in the Exchange, and can put all the related data into danger. Thus, it is imperative that you should recover database (EDB) file using appropriate methods.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Exchange Server Toolkit - A Perfect Toolbox for Exchange Administrators!

Today I am going to introduce you an Exchange Toolkit box which perfectly fills the need of every Exchange Server administrator. Whether there is a need for Exchange mailbox recovery, mailbox extraction to another server/PST/or Office 365, Exchange Server password recovery, OST file conversion, or the recovery of mailbox or database from an Exchange backup file; Stellar brings one toolbox for all your needs!

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

How to Extract Mailbox Messages from Exchange Server Backup

I've seen a lot of cases where Exchange administrators complain they have done everything appropriately, but now they cannot extract mailbox messages from Exchange backup! Every time they try to restore the mailboxes from Exchange database backup, the mailbox restore fails with the random error. 

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Restoring Exchange Server Database from a Storage Failure (Database is not Mounting)

We all know ‘unable to mount Exchange database’ is the most frequent and common issue faced by Exchange administrators, and database restoration is the last option to get rid of it. However, below are the possible options to get the problem resolved when database storage fails:

Thursday, September 1, 2016

How to Migrate Exchange Public Folders to Office 365/Exchange Online

Exchange Online or Office 365 is not much different from the on-premises Exchange Server. Even Transportation rules, PowerShell commands, web administration, are also available in Office 365 to perform administrative tasks. Moreover, mailbox migration is much similar to Exchange server. However, migration of the public folder to Office 365 is much complicated as the process involves PowerShell scripts, which makes it difficult for a lot of Exchange administrators.