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    My EDB File corrupted in Exchange Server 2007

    Few Days ago i faced a very difficult situation when my EDB File of Exchange server 2007 Corrupted and unfortunately i have no backup. now just want to repair it but all the effort done by my it staff is not work .

    What to do now can anybody give me some suggestion.



    Thanks in advance

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    Wow, no backup, no replication...you were just asking for something to happen. I bet you had circular logging turned on as well, right?

    You need to contact Microsoft Support. Best $250 you will ever spend.

    Or, you can continue to beg for trouble and follow the below instructions:

    BEFORE YOU BEGIN: MAKE A COPY OF THE DAMAGED EDB AND ANY OTHER FILES YOU MAY HAVE. ALSO REPAIR WHATEVER CAUSED THE PROBLEM IN THE FIRST PLACE--RUN A CHKDSK, REPLACE HARDWARE, ETC.

    First, open a command prompt and go to c:\program files\microsoft\exchange server\bin.
    Second, run eseutil /p against your database.
    Third, run eseutil /d against your database.
    Fourth, mount the database. take another backup.
    Fifth, run isinteg -s <servername> -fix -test allfoldertests
    Sixth, take another backup.
    Seventh, try to log in and verify that you have at least some of your data.
    Finally, move your email to office365.com as quickly as possible.​ Clearly, taking proper care of an email system is not your strong suit.

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    Hi,

    I think that you should go in for the third party tool which has the ability to repair and recover in your corrupt EDB files and then importing these files to the PST, EML, MSG or Live Exchange format. There are many third party tools which are available for doing this task in the market like Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager, Lucid Digiscope etc. Before that make sure that you have a good backup like NT backup.

    Thanks

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