Quick Recovery for Outlook Express - A Data Recovery Software
|Op. System:||Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003|
|File size:||2.93 MB|
|Publisher:||Unistal Systems Pvt Ltd.|
Publisher description for Quick Recovery for Outlook Express - A Data Recovery Software
Quick Recovery Microsoft Express (DBX-MBX) is a non-destructive, simple and easy to use data recovery software, supports all types of media viz. EIDE, IDE/ATA, WDC, SCSI, iSCSI, SATA, PATA, Micro Drives, DigitalMedia, etc., having .mbx/dbx file format support, multi-disk and multi-lingual support, simulates previously existing partitions and is read-only i.e. the program will never attempt to write to the drive to recover. Its unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETch) helps in locating email files and folders lost behind overwritten partitions and even if bad sectors hinder drive access. An exhaustive scan of the drive is performed to locate lost e-mails. If mails are lost due to Outlook Express (*.dbx, *.mbx) files corruption, virus attack, disk crash, accidental deletion of mails, accidental formatting and creating different file system, missing Operating System or software failure, lost partition, missing drives, registry corruptions, etc., causes business disaster then Quick Recovery is the best solution to rescue because it recovers/ repairs mail from corrupt mailbox, Corrupt Outlook (*.dbx/mbx) files, corrupt Outlook Address Book (*.wab), mail folders and messages, notes and contacts, messages in plain text and HTML, tasks and calendar items, dbx/ mbx files even if password protected and saves them as .eml files, emails from badly damaged .dbx/mbx files, lost/deleted Outlook data (*.dbx/mbx) files in Raw mode, broken DBX files corrupted due to 2GB Limitation, message fields viz. sender's and recipient's name, subject, message flags, creation date/time, etc., corrupted DBX/MBX file/e-mails with attachments and saves them as separate email messages. The recovered mails get extracted directly to outlook express (no need to import after recovery/repair) and can be read, thus covers all recovery cases encountered since 1993.