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Microsoft Exchange Server is the most reliable Email Server for storing user mailbox data. Exchange Server stores user data in private as well as public information databases. However, due to some reasons, the user is unable to mount this database store information and reason would be the corruption in the database. While you are unable to mount the database you will encounter an error code “The database files in this storage are inconsistent Id no: c1041739”

In this article, we will take you through the process of using a recovery database to restore the Exchange database. We will also help you understand what a recovery database is, and if there is any more straightforward solution to restore Exchange database. Brief about a recovery database A recovery database can make your life easier when you need to restore an exchange database. It is a part of Exchange database recovery procedure using which a database administrator (DBA) can extract data from a restored database.

Office 365 is a Cloud based technology that has many advanced options in comparison to the other email clients, such as- Allows its user to work from anywhere Collaborate the team easily (Everyone who needs to can work on the same version) Access the latest version of Office 365 without any cost Subscription-Based Payment Most secure Email client server Reduces risks of losing the data

In the world of email communication, Microsoft Exchange server stands at the top as a leader especially among organizations who consider email security a prime factor. Plus, the fast email communication with many other benefits is provided by Microsoft Exchange server. To provide organizations and their employees with many benefits, the server uses a database file named Exchange Database file (.edb file) to store users’ details including email addresses, their properties, and much more.

Public folders provide shared access to data and help organizations to collaborate effectively. They existed on separate Public Folder databases in earlier Exchange versions, but in recent versions, they (known as modern public folders) exist on Mailbox databases. Public folder inaccessibility issues

Using Eseutil to Bring Exchange Database to Clean Shutdown State A Clean Shutdown state is a minimum requirement for the database to mount successfully. A database is said to be in Clean Shutdown state if it has been dismounted correctly with all the transactions in log files committed to the database. Generally, a database in Clean Shutdown state mounts easily without any troubles. And if the database is in Dirty Shutdown state and fails to mount, it must be brought back to Clean Shutdown state.

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 … Read more