Dealing with an oversized Exchange database (.EDB) file is always a complex process and a proper care require to be taken to fix the issue. In fact, if as the EDB file grows out of control and reach beyond its specified volume rapidly, the possibility of Server running out of space too increases drastically. The important point to note is that as more data gets collected in the respective EDB file, its size automatically starts growing but even if you remove or delete any data is removed the file doesn’t compress at all. In fact, these free space are taken over by white spaces afterward. So, it is very important to deal with such issues immediately. There are different solutions to deal with such circumstances: Learn more
Email is an essential communication tool that plays a vital role in building modern messaging infrastructure within and outside the organization. Because it is such an inevitable necessity for today’s business, people need cutting-edge tools to stay focused and continue to grow along with the industry trends. The modern tools help users to stay organized, smoothly interact with other users and simultaneously prioritize what’s significant in their mailboxes, and schedules. Learn more
Productivity of any organization is directly proportional to a smooth information flow, and companies are striving best to deploy ultimate communication technologies in their premises. Ruling all generations of technology, Microsoft Exchange Server is definitely an expert email server technology which demonstrates its powerful collaborative features with the most popular MS Outlook email client. Better contact management, appointment scheduling, calendar management, and advanced email storage services had genuinely benefited Microsoft in gaining its popularity and world-wide acceptance in comparisons to other email servers available in the IT industries. Learn more
.EDB files can be simply recognized as a storehouse of exchange server where user by default stores all backups of emails, details and whatever action performed in MS Exchange server. Thus, it is understood that .EDB files act as backup for the user in case of urgency. This urgency may arise during system corruption, broken PST files, hardware or software issues and much more.
However, the most concerning point is ‘what will happen if .EDB file gets corrupt?’ To answer this unlikely question, we must think for the reason of EDB file corruption. There are distinctive reasons for EDB file corruption. The reasons may vary from exchange server failure, jet engine error, virus attack, corrupt header information, exchange error message, hard disk error, to accidental system shutdown. Once the EDB files become inaccessible/damaged due to any of the above reason, there is direct threat to your mailbox. This requires instant attention to rescue the EDB files in use. User can deal with corrupt EDB file system once the nature of corruption is identified. Learn more
As a matter of fact, user mailboxes are stored on the Exchange Server. This simply means that the Exchange Server database stores your emails, notes, contacts, calendar items and more.
The Exchange Server has the responsibility of delivering emails to the target recipients. However, have this ever happened with you that your Exchange Server is delivering your outgoing emails without the attachments. Also, in the Exchange Server mailbox, you are unable to view the any attachments. Learn more
Behind every successful business, a powerful and strong communication has a great contribution. MS Outlook is therefore a popular email client for messaging and exchanging information. Microsoft Outlook has emerged as an instant, affordable and reliable enterprise level messaging solution. In a short duration of time it has reached the crest of popularity. It is more than just a mailing application. Where user can send and receive messages they can also store calendar events (planner), access address books and web based information throughout the organization. Beside a reliable mailing client, it is also a multi-task performer. It can execute so many functions with the help of EDB (Exchange Database) file located at Exchange server. Learn more
While trying to mount a mailbox store or a public folder store in MS Exchange 2000 Server or in MS Exchange Server 2003, you may experience trouble. During the process, you may receive following error message:
An internal processing error has occurred. Try restarting the Exchange System Manager or the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service, or both. Learn more
Every time an email sent through MS Outlook, a copy of that email generally gets saved on Exchange Server in EDB files. The important point to note is that emails along with their information such as to, CC, Bcc, from etc and calendar, contacts, notes and journal are saved in EDB files. But, in case of Exchange Server database, there are also situations when the mail infected with virus spreads to user’s mailbox. Whenever, such unwanted situation arise it directly damages the entire mailbox or entire Exchange Server Database (EDB file). In such circumstances, all of the precious data stored in the EDB file turns out to be inaccessible and ultimately results in the loss of data. Learn more