Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery

Repairs corrupted Exchange Server database

Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery
Repairs corrupted Exchange Server database

  • Recovers deleted mailboxes
  • Offers safe data restoration at user-intended or default (same as of root) location.
  • EDB Recovery utility recovers mailboxes created with Exchange Servers


Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery is capable of recovering Information Store databases , irrespective of their size, complexity and number of contained mailboxes. The MS Exchange Recoverysoftware provides selective mailbox recovery option at each level of corruption, be it ESE-level corruption, Jet-level corruption or Application-level corruption. The software also recovers Unicode-formatted EDB files that ensures for required language support.

The Exchange Server Recovery software interface is consisted of different toolbar and menubar options, each assigned with a specific task to perform. Initially, the main window shows the Exchange Recovery steps and as the software proceeds, it displays the detailed history of recovery activities, including EDB path, recovery date and time, recovered folders etc.. When you launch the application, the 'Select EDB File' dialog box appears that gives you options to select the file either manually or automatically. The dialog box contains five buttons, as described underneath:

  • Open EDB File: This is a direct button that allows you to select the affected EDB file from the exact location you know. It opens a dialog box to navigate the corrupted database file.
  • Find EDB File: The 'Find EDB File' button searches for the EDB file in disk drive and folder. The option is used when the file path is not pre-known. It opens up another dialog-box to search in a specific drive through 'Look-in' list-box and search in folder through 'Select Folder' button. You can click 'Start' to begin the search and 'Stop' to stop it. The search results are displayed at the bottom of dialog box with options like 'Clear List', 'Cancel', and 'OK'.
  • Change Destination: The software restores the recovered mailboxes as .pst files in the original folder. If you want to change the destination, click 'Change Destination' that allows you to browse to the desired folder.
  • Select Server Type: Once you select the database, you need to specify the Exchange Server version, in which it has been originally created. All Exchange Server versions are listed with respective radio-buttons.
  • Start: This button starts the EDB Recovery process when the affected database is selected.

The status bar at the bottom shows the recovery progress.


  • Select EDB File: This button opens the 'Select EDB File' dialog box (described above) to select the corrupted EDB, specify destination and start MS Exchange Recovery.
  • View All Mailboxes: It displays all the mailboxes that software found in its last scan.
  • Stop: This option ceases the recovery process.
  • Help: The 'Help' option is used to open the help file of Exchange Recovery Tool.
  • Update: The 'Update' button checks and downloads the software updates from a secure network connection.
  • About: The 'About' option gives the general product and system information.


  • File Menu lists four options namely, 'Select EDB File', 'View All Mailboxes', 'Stop', and 'Exit' (to quit the application)
  • Tool Menu offers two options, which are 'Save Log' to save the log details generated by software and 'Clear Log' to clear the log report.
  • Activate Menu gives options to activate the product using Internet by 'Activate Online' option and manually through 'Manual Activation' option.
  • Help Menu lists various options to open the user guide, get purchase details, update the product, and get general product information

To Recover EDB by using Stellar Phoenix Mailbox Exchange Recovery, you need to follow these easy steps:

  • Locate EDB: Start the software and select the affected EDB at 'Select EDB File' dialog box. Use 'Open EDB File' button if you exactly know where the file is located or search it in disk drive or folder using 'Find EDB File' button. You can reopen the box using the corresponding toolbar or menubar option.
  • Select Destination and Start Recovery: Click on the appropriate option to specify the root Exchange Server version in 'Select Server Type' section. Click 'Change Destination' at the dialog box if you want to restore the data at any location other than root folder. Browse to desired folder and click 'Start' to initiate the scanning process to Recover EDB File.
  • Restore Mailboxes: After the software completes scanning (or click 'View All Mailboxes' option, it displays a 'Select Mailbox' dialog box consisting of extracted mailboxes. You can check and select the desired mailboxes and click 'OK. This restores all the selected mailboxes with original name (but .pst file extension) at the specified folder location.


  • For best results with this EDB Recovery Tool, put .edb and .stm files in same folder.
  • Make sure MS Outlook is properly installed.
  • Repairs corrupted *.edb file which are not overwritten and restores mailboxes
  • Recovers deleted mailboxes
  • Restores mailboxes as distinct .pst files.
  • Can Recover EDB in all corruption instances
  • Supports Exchange Server 5.5, 2000, 2003, and 2007
  • Allows to select Exchange Server version type
  • Supports Unicode EDB file repair
  • Recovers STM file data in e-mail body for Exchange Server 2003, 2000, and 5.5
  • Selective mailbox recovery
  • Recovers email addresses from Active Directory storage
  • Compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000
  • Can Recover EDB Files (which are not overwritten) with all mail folders, messages, email attachments, notes, tasks, appointments and other objects
  • Generates log report
  • Restores creation details (time and date) of recovered objects
  • Restores RTF and HTML messages' formatting
  • Repairs damaged or corrupted Exchange database (EDB) file, which are not overwritten
  • Restores mailboxes in individual PST files, directly importable in Outlook
  • Recovers accidentally deleted mailboxes
  • Repairs Unicode-formatted EDB files
  • Requires to define the Exchange Server version for the selected database
  • Recovers STM data as e-mail body (for MS Exchange Server 2003 and earlier versions)
  • Supports MS Exchange Server 5.5, 2000, 2003, and 2007
  • Allows to select the mailboxes for recovery
  • Creates and saves software generated log report
  • Restores original RTF and HTML messages' formatting
  • Recovers e-mails, mail folders, attachments, tasks, calendar items, contacts, appointments etc.
  • Recovers email addresses from Active Directory storage
  • Recovers object creation specifications like time and date
  • Compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003 and 2000
System Requirements Back to the top
Version 3
Platform Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows 7
  • Processor : Pentium Class
  • Operating System : Windows 7/Vista/2003/XP/2000/ NT4(SP6)
  • Memory : Minimum 256 MB (512 MB recommended)
  • Hard Disk : 50 MB of free space