Start Exchange Suite and click the Offline EDB icon.
Select the first option of Offline EDB File and click Next.
If you know the location of EDB file, then browse and select the EDB file using the button with three dots on it. When the EDB file gets selected as the source, click Next to move ahead.
Now the tool will add EDB file as the source. Click Finish. Note: If you don’t know the location, click the Search button in the above window. In the Search EDB File window, you can search in any drive or folder. After selecting the drive or folder, click the Search button. As soon as the tool lists all the EDB files, choose the required EDB file and click OK.
Now the tool will add EDB file as the source. Click Finish.
Using the Export Mailboxes to PST option, you can directly export the source mailboxes to PST files.
This option is most useful after adding EDB file, live Exchange, or Office 365 as the source. For each source mailbox, a separate PST file will be created in the destination.
Right-click on the root node and click Export Mailboxes to PST.
In the wizard you can select/deselect the mailboxes and folders, filter mailbox data by criteria like Date Range and Items, provide a destination, split PST file after a fixed size, and create a Unicode PST. After providing the desired options, click Export.
After the successful conversion, the tool will display a success message. Click OK.
Now, the software generates a report with the migration status.
The Search feature helps you to search for specific items based on multiple criteria under the tabs General, Mail Properties, Date, and Attachment. You can set the search parameters to Match All Conditions (AND) or Match Any Condition (OR).
Under the General tab, there are multiple parameters like Message Subject, Message Body, From, To, Cc, Bcc. Input the required information.
Under Mail properties, you can search messages based on Category, Message Type, Importance, Read Status, and Message.
Note: You can also choose to skip creating folder hierarchy.
Under Date, you can search for messages based on Message Created On, Message Submitted On, Message Delivered On, and Message Modified On. The available Date filter setting are Equal To, Not Equal To, Less Than, Greater Than, and Between.
If you want to search a message based on an attachment, then you can do it based on different parameters like Attachment Name, Attachment Type, Attachment Body, and Attachment Size.
After setting all the parameters as required, click Search Now. After the search, the messages meeting the specified criteria will be listed in the bottom pane. You can perform the following actions:
With this option, you can choose to directly export messages to multiple file formats like MSG (Unicode), MSG (ANSI), EML, RTF, HTML, and Text.
You can copy the messages and paste them to the desired location.
Using the Extract Attachments option, you can directly save attachments (excluding the email messages).
(New PST, existing PST, live Exchange, Outlook profile, Office 365, public folder)
Exchange Suite helps you recover and export mailbox data (from a source) to various destinations. For this, you should add the required destination (after adding the source).
Run application and click Public Folder in the Destination pane.
Select Live Exchange (On-Premise) and click Next.
Select the third option - Connect Public Folder. Then Input Exchange Server name or IP, and mailbox name. Select desired options and click Next.
Software will ask to input the exchange account credentials.
As soon as the connection is established, the tool will provide a confirmation that the account has been connected.
After adding the destination, you can perform following actions as well. These actions will help you import emails from the system to a New PST file, existing PST file, live Exchange, Outlook profile, Office 365, or public folder (after adding it as destination in the tool).
If you want to import messages from a folder, then you can also use the Import Message(s) from Folder option.
Right-click in the destination folder and select Import Message from Folder(s).
Browse and select the folder where desired messages are residing. Then click OK.
Click Yes to refresh the list after the tool has imported the files.
Now, the messages from the folder are added to the destination folder.
Recover, Export, or Migrate
Exchange Suite helps you migrate data from a source (EDB file, live Exchange, Outlook profile, Office 365, public folder, OST file, PST file) to a destination (New PST, existing PST, live Exchange, Outlook profile, Office 365, public folder) in different ways.
It is the most direct method for the migration of multiple mailboxes. It migrates all or selected mailboxes from the source to destination.
This method is suitable for the migration of multiple mailboxes from EDB file, live Exchange, or Office 365 to live Exchange or Office 365.
Right-click at the root node of the source and select the option Copy All Mailboxes.
Go to destination panel, right-click and select Paste All mailboxes from the list.
Select or de-select mailboxes as per requirement. You can also choose to customize your selection and check the box to Save with Hierarchy.
Apply the appropriate filters to Include or Exclude items based on Item type and Date Range.
Here, you can manually map each source mailbox account to a destination mailbox.
After the migration, the tool provides a complete status report. You can also save the report in HTML format by clicking the Generate Reports button.
After saving the report at the desired location, you can view the report.