Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer
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Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer
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With Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer tool users can have all the ease to access EDB files. Although, the tool is not able to repair any corrupt EDB file. The free EDB Explorer tool makes use of strong algorithms to locate and search EDB file which has to be opened. As the tool is launched onto the system, software makes scanning of the file in fraction of seconds, the enclosed data in file gets listed in hierarchical form at the left pane of software. User is able to preview emails messages, contacts, calendar items, tasks etc. The outcome provided by Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer tool is flawless and instant, the powerful algorithms embedded in the tool takes no time in opening inaccessible EDB file. As the process completed user can use data for their purposes. The tool does not allow user to repair EDB file neither user can open corrupt EDB file. The tool will only save data like date, time, item type, form and attachments. The information about the displayed item is saved in a HTML file format and can be shared easily with co-workers. The tool also allows user to save information in accordance to serial number, item type, attachment existence, date and time of recovered items. Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer tool is able to open EDB files created with MS Exchange Server 5.0, 5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007, and 2010. The software installation is free and can be performed on Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, and Windows 2000 operating system to explore EDB file.
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