perform fast, intuitive and hassle-free recovery for Exchange data.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
Recovery Toolbox ( recoverytoolbox.com ), a renowned supplier of premium data recovery tools for dozens of popular applications and file formats, announced today the release of the long-anticipated major update for Recovery Toolbox for Exchange Server. http://www.exchangeserver.recoverytoolbox.com/
This recovery for Exchange product features everything necessary for quick, efficient and hassle-free restoration of Exchange data, and is now based on a completely new data analysis core, which allows it to handle the most complex cases of Exchange database corruption. http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/
The interface of Recovery Toolbox for Exchange Server is optimized for users with minimal PC skills and is based on a convenient step-by-step wizard that explains every stage of the process and guides the user through the short recovery procedure. The software works with *.edb and *.stm files of Exchange 2003 and *.edb files of its newer versions. http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/help_exchange_server.html
Thanks to a convenient integrated file browser, users can preview the recoverable contents of Exchange databases and mark particular mailboxes, folders and items for subsequent recovery. Recovery Toolbox for Exchange Server never modifies the source file during recovery, which makes it possible to resort to alternative recovery methods, if necessary. Simplicity, performance and ultimate efficiency make this product the optimal choice for corporate users looking to restore their Exchange databases as quickly as possible and without having to look for external service providers. http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/download.html#rt_exchange_server_download
“We are proud to offer one of the very best products that makes data recovery for Exchange accessible and easy for non-professionals,” commented Victor Bobrov, CTO of Recovery Toolbox. “This release is a significant improvement over the previous version and we keep working on making it even better in the months to come.”