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    clay0193
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    #166547

    Hello!
    I tried opening edb file in Microsoft Exchange and got the following message:”The connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable. Connect to complete this action.”
    My Internet connection wasn’t down! How to stop this error?
    Please suggest me smth for edb repair.

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    joeqwerty
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    #304556

    Ummm… What? What do you mean you tried opening the edb file? How did you try to open it? From where did you try to open it? You know that the edb file is the Exchange mailbox database right? Exchange mounts the database. You don’t open the database.

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    gbalasankar
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    #391480

    Hello.
    Sorry..Maybe i presented my issue not correctly…But i need to stop this error in Microsoft Exchange

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    Ossian
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    #191339

    Explain in much more detail what you are doing. Start with the Exchange version (and SP level) you are using

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    gbalasankar
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    #391481

    I am using Exchange 2010.

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    Ossian
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    #191340

    Pulling teeth….

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    gbalasankar
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    #391482

    thanks for helpful information

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    arghyaB
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    #391510

    If you are not connected to MS Exchange and you want to open EDB file, then you can try free EDB viewer tool [MOD EDIT LINK REMOVED]
    For EDB repair solution, you can try third party tool, which is brilliant in order to make inaccessible EDB file readable. It recovers all the content from corrupt EDB file and restores them into a new PST file of MS Outlook. Visit [MOD EDIT LINK REMOVED]

    [MOD EDIT – New posters with links to commercial products in their first post tend to get a ban. Generous in this case, but the OP will have to use :google:]

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