Exchange BKF file is created with NTBackup utility of MS Windows and stores Exchange mailbox databases. BKF file is generally stored at safe location that can be used to retrieve original Windows data when Windows partition becomes corrupt, damaged or inaccessible. But BKF files can also face many corruption threats such as virus intrusion, damaged storage media (fixed or portable), incomplete BKF file creation and others. Corruption of BKF files make data recovery almost impossible when original partition data is damaged, lost or deleted. With Recovery Exchange BKF tool, network administrators and managers can easily reinstate Exchange Databases from corrupt EDB Backup folders.
Database Recovery process with Exchange BKF recovery software
Exchange BKF recovery is a remarkable database recovery tool. It helps exchange administrators in recovery of original user mailboxes from corrupt Exchange BKF folder, when Exchange Server crashes or severely damaged. It is equipped with two database recovery modes i.e., Quick mode and Advance mode. Quick mode lets user to recover Exchange databases or mailboxes from slightly damaged Backup folder. If database recovery is incomplete or fails with Quick mode, you can choose Advance mode of the software. Recovery Exchange BKF tool also encompasses a remarkable feature i.e., “Save Snapshots” to save details of BKF file repair process and “Load Snapshots” to resume BKF file repair process after a time gap. Exchange BKF recovery shows all recovered databases i.e., EDB, Log, Checkpoint and STM files in a tree structure. You can save selected or all Exchange databases shown in the software preview’s list.
Minimum System requirements
Recovery Exchange BKF software is available in both paid and free versions. You can assess all software features with evaluation version that shows all recovered Exchange mailboxes in a preview structure. However, you are not permitted to save recovered items in hard disk with free version. To get file saving option, you must buy the full version of the software.