Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery

Recovers EDB mailboxes. Exports to Outlook PST, Live Exchange and Office 365.

  • Recovers Mailboxes from offline Exchange EDB files
  • Supports healthy as well as corrupted EDB files
  • Converts Exchange EDB files to PST files
  • Recovers all items including Emails, Attachments, Contacts, Distribution lists, Calendar, Appointments, Journal and Tasks
  • Recovers Exchange Private Mailboxes and Public Folders
  • Exports EDB files to Live Exchange Server ( On – Premise )
  • Exports EDB files to Office 365 ( Exchange Online )
  • Migrates EDB files to Public folders and archive mailboxes
  • Recovers Mailboxes from offline Exchange EDB files
  • Saves Exchange Mailboxes to Outlook PST files
  • Facilitates search of specific items and assists saving to MSG, EML, RTF, HTML and TXT files
  • Supports Exchange Server 5.0, 5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016
  • Successful recovery of Unicode content including foreign languages like Chinese, French, Japanese etc.
  • Free conversion of EDB files (25 items per folder) to live Exchange Server/ Office 365/ PST files in Demo Version
  • Easy Refund Policy
  • Perpetual License
  • Unlimited files recovery
  • Electronic Delivery
Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery Simplified EDB recovery

Kernel for Exchange Server provides a simple way for recovering EDB files. It restores mailboxes, and their folders/items from corrupt EDB files in a few mouse-clicks. Its friendly interface and on-screen guidelines make the process even easier. With this solution, even searching and finding specific emails (for selective recovery) is simple. Also, the tool provides multiple saving options to choose from.

Disaster recovery in any scenario

The Kernel solution performs recovery even in complex scenarios—it deals with minor as well as severe Exchange corruption issues, recovers even large volumes data, and performs EDB recovery with all versions of Exchange Server. And it can be tried after Exchange crashes, that too in situations where the inbuilt Exchange features fail to repair the EDB files.

Detailed mailbox preview

The preview pane of Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery displays all the mailboxes and folders that can be recovered. It includes user mailboxes and their folders like Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, Calendar, Contacts, Journal, Notes, and Tasks. In the preview pane, each item can individually be examined too.

Quick Exchange/Office 365 migration

After Exchange disasters, it’s important to bring the mailboxes back to an accessible condition at the earliest, particularly when the email communication is important for the business. And with Kernel for Exchange Server, it is possible to save the recovered mailboxes directly to a live Exchange Server or Office 365.

Flawless EDB to PST Conversion

The Kernel software converts EDB files to PST and recovers the lost data to any location. This tool provides options to create a new PST, create a Unicode PST, and save in many small PST files (by splitting after a specified size). The output PST can be accessed in any version of Outlook, imported to Exchange/Office 365, or ported to another PC.

Advanced email search and save

Kernel tool features a search and save option that give more control over the recovery or migration. Any folder can be included or excluded from saving. Also, specific items from an included folder can be segregated by filtering date-wise, and by searching the fields (Subject, Message Body, From, To). Simply, only the useful data will be saved.

Need-based email recovery

Exchange disaster is an opportunity to weed out unwanted data. Kernel tool provides selection options (to select only the required folders) and filtering options (to filter by Item Class and Date Range) to recover items selectively (to include/exclude from recovery). The data can be exported to public folders/archive mailboxes, or be saved in MSG, EML, RTF, HTML, and Text formats.

Easy multiple mailbox migration

Mailbox migration to Exchange/Office 365 involves mapping between the users in source and destination. It is a tough challenge when there are too many mailboxes. Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery lets to do this mapping manually or using a CSV file. Using a CSV file somewhat automates the migration process, saving a lot of time and labor.

MS Outlook:

MS Outlook 2016/2013/2010/2007/2003/2002/2000/98/97

MS Exchange Server:

MS Exchange Server 2016/2013/2010/2007/2003/2000/5.5/5.0

Windows OS Platforms:

Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000/98/NT/95

System Requirements:

Minimum Memory Requirement - 512 MB

Disk Space Requirement - 50 MB of Free Space

1. I am unable to find the EDB files in my computer system. How to find the EDB files to perform the EDB file recovery when the location of EDB files is not known?

Not to worry with this. Exchange Recovery tool facilitates searching of .edb files from the computer system in case the location of .edb files is not known to the user. On defining the path of the computer drive, the software automatically searches the .edb files.

2. My user mailbox of Microsoft Exchange Server is large in size. Does the software repairs large-sized .edb file effectively?

Not to worry even if your Exchange mailbox is large in size. Our Kernel for Exchange Server effectively handles large-sized mailboxes with no mailbox size limit. Moreover, there is no 2 GB mailbox size limitation. So provide the .edb file of any size, our software will repair it with complete accuracy.

3. In what situation, Advance Scan mode must be selected?

It is highly recommended to select the Advance Scan mode when user mailboxes need to be recovered from highly-corrupted Exchange database files (.edb and .stm). Also, this mode must be selected when the Standard Mode fails to provide the desired recovery results.

Let’s consider, user has selected the Standard Mode and in the midst of scanning process and recovering from EDB file, exchange recovery software switches to Advance Scan mode displaying the message:

“Standard Scan failed to recover the user mailboxes from selected Exchange database. Do you want to switch to Advance Scan?”

The software then asks for the EDB database version among available options:

  • Exchange Server 2003 or lower version
  • Exchange Server 2007
  • Exchange Server 2010
  • Exchange Server 2013
  • Exchange Server 2016
4. What is the significance of Use message table to get “From” field and Use Disk Space options?

Use message table to get “From” field: Select this option in case the software displays junk text in the "From" field of the emails or this field is blank. On selecting this option, the software will search for the "From" field at alternate location in EDB database.

Use Disk Space: Select this option to allow the software to use disk space while scanning and recovering EDB items. Also, this option should be selected when the .edb file is too large (in GBs or TBs). However, selecting this option increases the scan time.

5. What are the Search options embedded within Kernel for Exchange Server? Do searched items be saved?

Kernel for Exchange Server is embedded with extensive search options letting users to search for any type of item across all added EDB files:

General: Searching on the behalf of provided text in search criteria: Include Containing, Exclude containing, Message Subject Containing, Message Body Containing, From, and To fields.

Date Range: Searching mail items based on the dates rather than text within the messages. Specify the date range by providing values for Date After and Date Before.

Yes, searched email items can be saved in EML or MSG file formats.

6. On successful recovery of .edb file and while saving in .pst format, what PST options and filtering options does your software provide?

PST Options: Create Unicode PST, Split PST file after specified size in MB/GB.


  • Item Type: Here, user can select the mailbox items to be saved: E-mail messages, Journal entries, Appointments, Contacts, Distribution lists, Documents, Out-of-office templates, Notes, Meeting requests, Calendars, Tasks, Task requests, etc.
  • Date Range: Here, user can select any predefined time period for saving emails of particular period or can define desired time period by specifying the values for Date After and Date Before.
  • Include/Exclude: User can either select to include or exclude the mailbox items based on the applied filters.
7. What PST file formats does your Exchange recovery software supports?

Kernel for Exchange Server supports both UNICODE and ANSI PST file formats.

Michael Kübler

"The Tool Helped in Resolving the Corrupt EDB file of Exchange Server 2010 Effortlessly and Migrate Data in Quick Time"
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"Kernel Data Recovery Resolved the Exchange data loss Issues suffered at THE client’s end over a legal case"
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R. Scott Dowell Training Manager [ROGERS & HARDIN LLP]

"Kernel for Exchange Server Formidably Restored 2TB Size of Exchange Mailbox Items"
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Joshua Nielsen IT Technician [Perfect Computer Solutions]

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Nicolas Granata(Microsoft MVP) Argentina

"If you work as Exchange Server administrator, sometimes you face certain situations where you have to do a recovery for a mailbox for different reasons as can be hardware failure, recover information or a disaster recovery."
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Krishna Kumar(Microsoft MVP) Bangalore

"Exchange Server is one of the most business critical applications in an organization; accessed by everyone in the organization, everyday and round the clock. It can be from their outlook client, tabs, mobile devices etc."
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Client Testimonials
  • Kernel for Exchange Server is totally different….no complexities as with the inbuilt Exchange repair cmdlets. I will recommend it in case somebody faces Exchange corruption. It saves EDB files straight to the live Exchange, and so no need to use the import features. ” Tara Stewart, Scotland
  • I used it with many of my clients with 100% success rate. I won’t think of any other tool for Exchange recovery. ” Charles Lloyd, UK
  • My users were not able to access mailboxes—the reason was EDB corruption, as I learned later. Kernel for Exchange Server Recovery, recommended by a friend, helped me recover mailboxes. I found this tool very easy to use. ” Christine
  • It’s a simple software…preview facility is awesome. Filtering features are also good—I just could save some recent emails selectively. Thanks Joe, for suggesting this tool. ” Steve Martin


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Saving options 25 items per folder (PST, Exchange, & Office 365) Save the entire data-
  • Saves in PST
  • Migrates to Exchange/Office 365
  • Exports to archive mailboxes/public folders
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