What is an EDB File Extension: EDB (Exchange Database) file is the store house of Exchange Server where it stores entire components (Emails, Tasks, Calendars, Attachments etc.) of the communication held within the organization.
Exchange Server 2003 and its previous versions use separate files to save the EDB emails and attachments (EDB, STM). EDB file is of two types Priv1.edb (Stores the Private Communication), Pub1.edb (Stores the Public Communication) and STM (Streaming) file is used to store the attached data.
Over a period of time, an EDB file may also get corrupted or inaccessible due to various issues like Dirty Shutdown, Jet Engine errors, etc. However, all the damaged EDB files are manageable and can be open with Free EDB Viewer Tool.
EDB Files (Exchange Database) is a Proprietary file storage format which is used in Exchange Server for data storage in general and emails in particular. Microsoft Exchange Server is a database-driven application and therefore, at the time of installation, it creates an EDB File named MailboxDatabase(GUID).edb that is stored in the default Exchange Server Mailbox Folder location.
Some of the core EDB Viewer Tool features are:
If any email has some kind of attachments with it, then you can easily view them with the help of EDB File Viewer tool which is enough capable to display almost every type of attachment to the user.
Some of the attachments that the software will open up for you are Images, Documents, Excel sheets etc.
Proceed with the following steps:
Step 1: Install & run Exchange EDB Viewer Tool.
Step 2: Click on Add File to add the EDB file & select Quick or Advance Scan option if your file is corrupt.
Step 3: The tool will open & shows the preview of all the data items within the EDB file.
Step 4: There are various view modes for deep analysis of emails along with attachments.
Step 5: View data in modes like Hex View, Normal Mail View, Attachments View, etc.
Step 6: You can also switch view modes horizontally or vertically.
Step 7: You can select emails to export them to PDF file format with the help of Pro Version of the software.
Yes, the Pro version of the EDB Viewer Tool can convert the associated attachments of the email. You can also download and save them separately on your machine.
Absolutely Yes, you will be able to view the .edb files irrespective of the Exchange Server connectivity.
The EDB Viewer Tool works great on all Windows Operating system versions such as XP, Vista or Windows 7. If you face any technical issues, then please contact our support staff.