Written By Adom Smith
Updated on February 28th, 2022
Before Microsoft Exchange 2010, the storage table is where mailboxes of the user save. One can create a backup for the storage groups and preserve them. From Exchange 2010 databases replaced the Storage group, which made it harder to maintain a backup, so we need to convert Exchange EDB to PST for saving a backup of our files.
Microsoft Exchange Server makes the EDB (Exchange Database)file. An EDB file saves the data items: contacts, the notes, all e-mails, calendars of the user mailbox Whereas a PST (Personal Storage) File in Microsoft Outlook that stores user mailboxes with a storage limit offered for a single user’s PST file being 2GBs. It’s created as soon as a user creates a new outlook profile.
There may be several cases in which a user needs an EDB to PST conversion:
Use the below-mentioned commands:
“Get-MailboxStatistics -Database <DatabaseName>“
This command saves mailbox data to a new PST file provided the destination folder is a shared one.
So this was the complete method for EDB to PST Conversion using Powershell Commands.
So this was the EDB to PST Conversion using the Exchange Admin Center.
You might have observed these methods are long, tedious, complicated, and everyone might not be comfortable using them. Therefore to make our task easy, it is smart to use a third party EDB to PST Converter tool.
A third-party converter tool:
You may also read: How to Convert OST to PST Manually?
Now, you are well informed about how to convert Exchange EDB to PST file the manual methods as well as the secure automated process. The manual way may prove to be difficult as well as not feasible for large organizations with vast volumes of data and a lot of employees so an EDB to PST Converter tool is suitable. Choosing the best option will now be clear to you.
About The Author:
Adom Smith is a DataRecoveryHelp Technology Writer. He is a technology enthusiast with over 3 years of experience in Data Recovery, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics. He enjoys researching and sharing DIY solutions as well as tips and tricks for resolving Windows technical issues.
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