Tool to Open, View & Repair Corrupt Exchange Transaction Log File
The software recover emails from exchange log files regardless of the level of corruption. In addition, tool recover attachments without any data loss.
When log file is added, its corresponding EDB gets automatically loaded. For this, both files must reside in the same location.
After adding Log & EDB successfully, Exchange Log Analyzer generates preview of log file emails along with their attributes such as To, From, Subject, Sent, Received, Size etc.
In order to restore email from transaction logs, tool provides two types of scanning modes i.e. Quick & Advanced. Quick scan repair minor corruption in log file and Advanced scan repair major corruption in log file.
Exchange Log Reader offers search option in case location of log file is not known. The tool enables user to search the file in selected drive or in all drives.
The software move Exchange mails stored in log file to PDF file format. It gives option to include internet message header, page orientation: landscape or portrait, and bates number.
Exchange transaction logs reader migrate emails from log file to multiple file formats such as HTML, MSG, and EML while maintaining folder hierarchy.
The tool offers date filter option to save recovered data in a specific range of date. For instance, if users want to export emails of only January month then they can use date filter option.
Exchange Log Parser gives option to browse destination location so as to save recovered and exported emails in user-defined location.
The tool allows user to convert only selective emails by check or uncheck items. With this feature, user can save only desired emails in PDF, HTML, MSG or EML format.
Download Free Edition
Download Free trial version of Exchange Log Analyzer to know the potential and working of the software. Demo edition will load, scan, and generate preview of Exchange transaction logs.
Our organization works with Exchange Server 2010. Somehow, its log file got corrupt. Can I repair corrupt exchange log file?