The Exchange BKF Recovery tool restores data from corrupted BKF files in Microsoft Exchange Server. It restores the EDB, STM, and Log data from corrupted BKF archives. It is not necessary to have any technical knowledge to use this application.
Version: 17.0Microsoft Exchange Server is a distributed client-server software developed by Microsoft.
License: Free To Try $119.00
Operating System: Windows
Whether small or large, email remains the most important source of contact for most organizations both within and outside the enterprise. Everyone nowadays is highly reliant on email and seeks advanced, efficient access to send an email, schedules, attachments, contacts, and other information.
Users don't know about the environment in which they view their emails' data or what kind of computer they're using, or if it's safe or not for security. Everyone's primary concern, though, is stability. Due to unexpected circumstances, Exchange BKF files may become compromised or corrupted. Exchange data loss can be caused by BKF corruption.
When BKF files get deleted, it becomes difficult to recover the data using the NT-BACKUP utility used to make the backup. You only have one choice in this situation: use a professional Exchange Backup Recovery tool like Exchange BKF Repair.
This tool is a very effective and reliable tool that can retrieve all of your data from the Exchange Server's corrupted BKF files. This method solves a cutting-edge recovery algorithm to recover as much data as possible. This method would not require any technical knowledge to use.
Exchange Backup Recovery is a simple-to-use application with a highly immersive user interface that guides the user through the recovery process.
The core features of the Exchange BKF solution set him apart from other Exchange Backup recovery tools on the market.
The following are some of the main features: preview for recovered files, the log file for Exchange BKF file recovery, file saving in "Search files" option, elegant GUI with advanced features, and so on.
Version 17.0: NIL