Introducing increasing problematic issues regarding Exchange Server 2010, 2003 or 2007! Find out the why Exchange server recovery is much-needed by administrators and users.

Situations Arising Issues in Server:

  1. Unplanned server-dependent services updates
  2. Moving entire data from older to newer version without backup
  3. Power failure or resource exhaustion suddenly
  4. Increased Network overload or mailbox size issues leads to server crashes
  5. Dismounted database fails to mount again

Exchange server recovery is then much required for Exchange Outlook users in order to revert back changes to made into Exchange database.

(Note: Read the Blog to resolve the case when you are required to extract mailboxes whereas “Exchange Database is Unable to Mount” or “Exchange Server is crashed”

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What are After Effects of Exchange Crashes?

  • These issues may lead potential damages to Exchange mailboxes and public folder database.
  • Inaccessible emails, contacts, calendars, to-do lists, contacts etc
  • Continuous Jet Engine Errors Pop-ups and hindrances in reading emails

How Exchange Server Recovery of Mailboxes Can Save Time?

If mailboxes are not working then it is definitely not possible to read or extract emails out of it. Accessing emails if they are encrypted then it will be wastage of time and efforts. In this concern Exchange server recovery is mandatory for bringing back the server into normal phase for faster access.  

How to do Exchange Server Management:

  1. Keep a regular backup (NT backup)
  2. Keep log files save & sequenced
  3. Keep Antivirus up-t-date
  4. Adequately update Exchange-dependent-services
  5. Keep the server less loaded with mailboxes, move mailboxes to PST files