Extract mailbox from .edb?

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    Is there any method to help me restore a couple of boxes from a file .edb? The mailboxes were recreated on another server due to serious server issues. Also I have normal .edb file.
    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    Ossian
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    #191320

    What version of Exchange, and is it in the same domain?
    If Exchange 2010+ and the domain is the same, you can mount as a recovery database. If 2007, I don’t think you can.

    I have used Ontrack PowerControls in the past and it is excellent, but very expensive.

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    joeqwerty
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    #304552

    I’ve used Stellar Phoenix EDB to PST Converter in the past and it works. It’s much cheaper than Ontrack.

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    kkscbd
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    #391465

    To my great misfortune is Eexchange 2007. But thanks for the advice third-party programs. Maybe they will help.

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    gkalwan
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    #391460

    Which version of Exchange are you running , if its exchange 2010 you can mount on different server on same environment.
    It is also possible this information will be of interest to you.
    https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/b03a8f1b-61be-48bb-8bce-f236c274c5de/exchange-server-2007-1206-jeterrdatabasecorrupted-non-database-file-or-corrupted-db-error?forum=exchangesvrgenerallegacy

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    kkscbd
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    #391466

    Thank you guys for your feedback and help. Sorry, that long time did not respond. This is because the issue was solved and I forgot to tell.) Thank you!

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    Ossian
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    #191322

    Could you possibly tell us how you solved it (to help other people)?

    A bit worrying you got the issue yesterday and forgot you solved it today (actually between 1500 and 1800 today). My goldfish may have a longer memory…. :twisted:

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    diana2019
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    #623447

    Ok

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