Exchange database files or EDB files are where users’ emails, attachments, notes, journals, contacts, calendar entries etc. are saved. But an EDB file typically stores hundreds of mailboxes each containing thousands of emails. Finding specific emails from among that huge pile can seem to be a mammoth task; but not if you have a product like Stellar Converter for EDB handy.
When trying to find emails received by a particular client, even the most experienced Exchange DBAs can have a tough time. Especially if the number of mailboxes stored within an EDB file ranges in hundreds (which is the case most of the time). To search and pull out specific emails from particular mailboxes is therefore quite a technical task requiring much experience. But if you have an advanced product like Stellar Converter for EDB with you, things tend to get a lot simpler.
EDB to PST Converter is a proficient application for extracting mailbox contents from EDB files and converting them to PST format so that they can be imported and directly viewed within Outlook. This application solves various problem scenarios for users:
In addition to these features, the software comes with an interactive GUI and a free demo version which allows you to scan and preview convertible data before saving.
Save mails from particular mail id in EDB file
A particular feature of the product which sets it apart from its competitors is its ability to save emails from a particular email id in the EDB file. You can specify the search criteria using which the software can pull out particular details from within the EDB file and thereafter convert them to an output format you pick and save them at a destination of your choice.
Here are the steps to achieve this:
Note: This procedure can be done for only one EDB file at a time.
That’s the procedure to conveniently search and save emails for a particular mail id with Stellar Converter for EDB. To know how this product can help you or for more details about the usage of the application kindly go through our rich Knowledge Base here: