Export Exchange Mailboxes in PST file
Nowadays, every user wants to keep their data on a local drive or storage device, and PST files are considered the reliable format to store data on the hard drive. But it is not easy for Exchange users to export Exchange mailboxes to PST files manually as there are several complicated steps involved in the process.
Several tech geeks and Microsoft professionals have listed the Shoviv Exchange Recovery top of their Exchange migration listicle, and several user-oriented features are behind it. I also installed this tool after scrolling through a Microsoft MVPs article and found the tool very convenient, like I was using it for the first time but still got the desired results without any assistance and technical expertise. Some of this tool's features that play a crucial role in Exchange for PST export are as follows:
1. You can add several mailboxes in a single batch and export them into a PST file simultaneously.
2. It displays a preview of added mailbox items, including their attachments, item body, item property, and recipients.
3. The software doesn't restrict mailbox size and has successfully exported the Exchange mailbox up to the maximum possible size.
4. It has an incremental export option that effectively resumes the interrupted export process. Apart from the interrupted process, you can also start the export process from the last ended point while exporting Exchange mailboxes after a period.
Shoviv offers a free variant of the tool that allows processing the first 50 items per folder, but you can preview and recover your complete EDB files. Must install the free version to get familiar with the software.
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