OfficeRecovery has released the newest versions of email data recovery suites, MailRecovery 2010.
When an Outlook personal storage file (PST) or an Exchange database (EDB) fail, products incorporated in MailRecovery suites come to the rescue. Delving into email storages that cannot be mounted anymore, they extract emails, contacts and other important information that makes the lifeblood of modern-day business.
The highlight of the MailRecovery release is Windows 7 compatibility. All components of MailRecovery 2010 suites have passed rigorous testing under the latest Microsoft guidelines and have earned the 'Compatible with Windows 7' certification.
Going far beyond the formal certification requirements, MailRecovery components feature support to the new data formats introduced in 2010. Data recovery is now supported for Office 2010 Outlook and Exchange 2010 file formats.
The suites are available in two editions: MailRecovery 2010 Client and MailRecovery 2010 Server. A side by side list of components with links to detailed descriptions is available at MailRecovery home page:
MailRecovery 2010 Client edition includes 'client-side' data recovery utilities that support data recovery from Outlook and Outlook Express email storages.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 is now supported by Recovery for Outlook. The utility recovers folders, messages, notes, contacts, tasks and calendar items from damaged PST files.
A new addition to the suite is Undelete for Outlook, capable of extracting deleted items from Microsoft Outlook Personal Storage Files.
MailRecovery 2010 Server includes all Outlook repair utilities from the Client edition, and adds several advanced tools for handling corrupted Microsoft Exchange email databases (EDB).
Recovery for Exchange now supports Exchange Server 2010. Email messages are extracted from the corrupted email store and saved into a set of Personal Storage File (.PST) format files. PST files are readable with Outlook or other compatible email client.
Besides the traditional wizard-style user interface for recovering email messages in bulk, a handy Data Browser feature is now included with Recovery for Exchange Server. With Data Browser, the user can open a corrupted database and navigate through folders and email messages, selectively exporting only the needed ones.
EDB Diff for Exchange Server is a new tool that has been introduced to the MailRecovery Server suite in 2010. Given two Exchange databases it will produce two sets of messages representing the differences between the databases.
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