Kernel Recovery for Exchange Server repairs the corrupt Exchange databases, and retrieves mailboxes and mailbox items accurately from it. It restores inaccessible EDB files, displays them for a preview, and allows saving them in PST, EML or MSG format as per requirement. It repairs public and private database of the Exchange, fixes dirty shutdown states, and recovers even deleted items. Thus after the recovery, you can access the lost emails, attachments, images, calendars, contacts, notes, journals and other items using MS Outlook. The recovered items will have the same structure and properties as the original items. It may be easy to restore EDB files from the corrupt Exchange Database if the corruption is a minor one. However, the difficulty of recovery increases with the severity of the corruption. That is why Kernel Recovery for Exchange Server offers two Exchange Server Recovery modes, Standard Scan and Advanced Scan. The Standard Scan mode is a quick recovery mode that helps Exchange Administrators to deal with minor corruption issues. However, if the corruption is a serious one, they can perform Exchange Server Recovery in Advanced Scan mode. This is a slower mode as it involves thorough scanning of the Exchange Database. Kernel Recovery for Exchange Server is available as a free evaluation version. It can be used for the recovery of corrupt EDB files. After the recovery, the user can preview them, but can save only 25 items from each folder. In order to save all mailboxes and items, one needs to purchase the full version. Please visit www.kerneldatarecovery.com/exchange-server-recovery.html for more information.