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How to prevent the Exchange server issues?
Many of the exchange users deal with the exchange issues while working with exchange server and these exchange server issues impact the smooth functionality of exchange server. And losing data might affect the business organization to setting up the Exchange server because of maintenance cost of hardware and applications. So you have to look for quick and reliable way to recover exchange mailbox from Microsoft Exchange server.

Some common exchange server issues faced by exchange user are

Exchange error 1018

Exchange error 1216

Exchange dirty shut down error

Unable to mount the database error

Exchange error 1056749110

Unable to initialize Exchange information store service

These errors are due corruption in page level, some network problems, damaged exchange database files, internal exchange operation failure, database in dirty shutdown state, transaction log files missing, EDB file corruption, low disk space, antivirus problems etc.

So we have to choose the professional recovery software that should work with error free

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In this risky situation Exchange user has to move for third party tool .So the best third party tool available on market is the EdbMails Application. EdbMails EDB to PST Converter software is the best software with its advanced algorithm and techniques to work on recovery with error free and without data loss. Software recovers the mailbox from above listed errors and restores into newly created PST files to maintain the data integrity.

EdbMails EDB to PST converter software within a minute extracts your corrupted file and fixes the issues and turns your EDB file to error free and make the user to not to worry about Exchange server repair.

Know how to repair the corrupted EDB file using EdbMails

Select the corrupted mailbox for recovery
After Exchange mailbox recovery export EDB mailbox to PST
Effectively access recovered database from Outlook PST
It can be directly migrate into Office 365 and Live Exchange server
Trust worthy EdbMails EDB to PST Converter is the 100% safe and secure solution for recovery with its deep scanning algorithm effectively rebuilds your corrupted EDB file to Outlook PST.
Following are some common Exchange server issues and their respective solutions

1. User Access Denied
Being denied access to the system isn’t just an ActiveSync problem. It’s an Exchange problem! Access denial tends to be even more mysterious when the Exchange Server and system services are running because it means a number of issues could be at the root. In most cases, checking the status of the network is the best way to kick off troubleshooting. Is your network operating at full strength and connecting to other apps? If so, administrators should probably look into potential authentication issues at the Active Directory level.

2. Mail Not Being Delivered

For many companies, Microsoft Exchange is the most reliable way to do business email. That’s when it’s working. Sometimes, the mail you think is going out is actually sitting cozy in the queue. The easy solution to this problem is restarting the STMP component that handles outgoing mail. If that doesn’t solve the issue, your DNS structure may be the culprit. Start by using the nslookup utility at the command line to identify the domains you can’t reach, and if need be, run the IPCONFIG /FLUSHDNS to flush out and refresh the DNS cache.

3. SMTP Crashing

Speaking of SMTP, this critical service can tune up some dramatic blues of its own when it starts to constantly crash. SMTP is the protocol that handles sending, so if it’s acting up, mail flow can literally come to a standstill. If resetting the service doesn’t work, try emptying the message queues, and then restart. Sometimes it’s a corrupt message that forces a crash when SMTP tries to access it and load it into the mailbox.

4. Missing Inbox Messages

In the wacky world of Exchange, messages may arrive, but that doesn’t mean they’re guaranteed to stick around. Users often end up scratching their heads, wondering how messages that were once in their inbox suddenly disappeared. When the case of the missing email ensues, administrators often follow clues back to archiving issues in the Outlook client. In this case, the PST file is usually corrupt, and needs to be fixed with the ScanPST.exe command. This command fires up the Inbox Repair tool designed to repair Outlook copies of Exchange mailboxes.
Learn more about Exchange mailbox migration in detail at https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/mi...-migration

I hope this information will be helpful!
Tim Paine

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