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How to Export Recovered mailboxes to Live Exchange Server?

 Modified on: May 29, 2020 |    10429 views

You can export recovered mailboxes to Live Exchange server with a professional tool like Stellar Repair for Exchange. Using the software, a user can easily select a corrupt EDB file, scan it, and restore all the precious mail items like emails, calendars, contacts, journals, attachments, etc and export the recovered mailboxes to live Exchange Server.

The following steps will help you to export multiple mailboxes:

 

  • Launch Stellar Repair for Exchange and from the main interface, click Browse to select the Exchange Database (EDB) file to be repaired.
  • In case the file location is not known, click Find” to search the EDB file from the available folder and drives.
  • Click Next to initiate the Repair process.

     

  • The “Select Scan Mode” screen will appear with the following options – “Quick Scan” and “Extensive Scan”.  Click Quick Scan as for faster scan of the corrupt database. Extensive Scan is best suited for performing deep scan of severely corrupt database files.

     

  • After scanning, the software will display a preview of all the recovered mailboxes of repaired EDBs.

  • You can export recovered mailboxes to Live Exchange server.

Case 1: Exchange Server is connected

From the main menu, click Save.  A pop-up will appear with an option to save or export Exchange database.

  1. Click the Live Exchange icon. A pop-up window will appear to Enter Login Credentials

     

  2. In the pop-up window, perform the following steps:
    • Select the Exchange version from the drop-down menu. In this case, we have selected Exchange 2013
    • Enter the login credentials of Live Exchange server- Server Name, Admin Mailbox & Password
    • Click the checkbox for Auto Map. The Auto Map function helps in connecting the specified mailboxes of Live Exchange server, automatically. 
    • Click OK to initiate the process of exporting the recovered mailbox to Live Exchange server.

  3. A Map Mailbox screen will appear with information on the following:
    • Source Mailbox: Mailbox available on repaired EDB file
    • Destination Mailbox: Mailboxes available on connected Exchange database.
    • Map Mailbox: Process of linking Source mailboxes to Destination mailboxes.  

      Notes:

    • Advance option helps Exchange Administrators to Apply Filter on selected mailboxes.  
    • Create Mailbox button helps to create new mailboxes on the destination server.
  4. Check the linking between all Source and Destination mailboxes. Click Export to export the recovered EDB mailboxes to Exchange server.
  5. Once the migration process of multiple mailboxes is complete, the software displays a message “Export process completed successfully”.
  6. You can verify the exported mailbox data on the destination server

Case 2: Exchange Server is not connected

  1. After selecting “Live Exchange” option, fill in the details and click Ok.

  2. If Exchange server is not able to find Active Directory Server (ADS), a pop up will appear that ‘The server is not operational’. Click OK to proceed to the next screen – Global Catalog Server Details, and add Active Directory details.

     

  3. A pop up will appear - ‘Global Catalog Server Details’. Add details of Active Directory server (ADS). To connect all the mailboxes, enter details of the 'Domain Controller' where your 'Active directory' is installed. 
    • ADS Name:  Enter the ADS name
    • Admin Mailbox: Enter the administrator email id for the Exchange Server
    • Password: Enter the administrator password of the Exchange Server. Click OK  

       

  4. A Map Mailboxes screen will appear with information on the following:
    • Source Mailbox
    • Destination Mailbox
    • Map Mailbox

  5. Check the linking between all Source and Destination mailboxes. Click Export to export the recovered EDB mailboxes to Exchange server.
  6. Once the migration process of multiple mailboxes is complete, the software displays a message “Export process completed successfully”.
  7. You can verify the exported mailbox data on the destination server

To export recovered Exchange mailboxes to Office 365:

https://www.stellarinfo.com/support/kb/index.php/article/exchange-to-office-365-migration

 

2 User Comments

This doesn't work. You need to add screenshots for the Exchange connection and explain the format for the connection. I could not connect to the server. In the end I have to save everything in PST format and then connect with Outlook to import everything. That's taking me a lot longer than I would like.

Deryk Bakker

Support

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Please let us know whether you have purchased Stellar software. Kindly confirm us order reference number for the same to assist you further.

 

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