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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 … Read more