Step 1: This is the home screen of Stellar Repair for Exchange software. You have the option to Browse or Find the corrupt EDB file that you wish to recover. Click the 'Find' button if you don't know the location of the EDB file. You can

Step 2: Software will automatically find and show all the EDB files stored in the selected volume, folder, or sub-folder.

Step 3: 'Quick Scan' option is the fast mode to scan and repair corrupt EDB file, and 'Extensive Scan' is for a comprehensive scan of severely corrupt EDB file for better results

Step 4: After scanning, the recoverable mailboxes from the scanned EDB file will be listed on the left pane. You can preview and select all or specific mailbox items that you wish to recover.

Step 5: Select the' Export to Live Exchange' option from the Save As options and click 'Next' to export recovered mailboxes to the Live Exchange server.

Step 6: Provide required Admin login credentials in two sections. In the first section, select the Outlook profile with Administrator privileges and password to export recovered mailboxes to the destination server. In the second column,

Step 7: In the Map Mailboxes window, the software automatically finds and maps users' mailboxes on the destination server. You can also manually map mailboxes or create a new user mailbox on the destination server using the 'Create Mailbo

Step 8:In the 'Save' dialog box, you can view and manage the queued mailboxes. You can click on the Remove button beside pending mailboxes to stop them from reparing or click on 'Stop All' to terminate the recovery process

Step 9: The software displays a Process Complete dialog box displaying the number of Saved, Aborted, Removed, and Failed mailboxes. It asks if you want to Resume saving mailboxes that were removed or Close the task. Otherwise, you see the

Step 10: Select the Export to Office 365 option from the Save options and click 'Next' to export recovered mailboxes to Office 365 profile.

Step 11: Select the Outlook Profile with Administrator privileges and enter the password. Then click 'OK' to export the recovered mailbox folders or complete the EDB file to Office 365 mailboxes.

Step 12: In the Map Mailboxes window, the software automatically finds and maps users' mailboxes on the Office 365. You can also manually map mailboxes on the Office 365. You can also set or change the mailbox priority to recover desired

Step 13: In the 'Save' dialog box, you can view and manage the queued mailboxes. You can click on the Remove button beside pending mailboxes to stop them from repairing or click on 'Stop All' to terminate the recovery process

Step 14: The software displays a Process Complete dialog box displaying the number of Saved, Aborted, Removed, and Failed mailboxes. It asks if you want to Resume saving mailboxes that were removed or Close the task. Otherwise, you see the

Step 15: Click 'Save' from the Home menu to save the recovered mailboxes in the supported formats. We're selecting PST to save the recovered mailboxes.

Step 16: Next, 'Browse' the location where you want to store the recovered file & Click 'OK.'

Step 17: A 'Save Mailboxes' window appears. It consists of two columns. In the Priority column, you can set or change the priority of mailboxes to repair critical or required mailboxes first. In Mailbox from your EDB [Source] column, you

Step 18: A Save Dialog box appears. It consists of 6 columns showing Mailbox Name, Status, Recovering Folder, Total Items Processed, Percentage, and Action Button. You can remove a mailbox in pending status from the list using the 'Remove

Step 19: After the Save process completes, a Process Complete dialog box appears. It shows a summary of total mailboxes Saved, Aborted, Removed, and Failed. If a mailbox was removed, it also displays a 'Resume' and 'Close' option to resum

Step 20: Select Export to Public Folder from the Save options and click 'Next' to export recovered mailboxes to Public Folder of destination Exchange server

Step 21: Choose the configured Outlook profile with Administrator privileges and enter the password. Then click 'OK' to start exporting Public Folders to the destination Exchange server

Step 22: After the process completes, click 'OK' to close the dialog box