[FIXED] How To Resolve Exchange Dirty Shutdown Error?

How to Handle Dirty Shut Down Error and Repair EDB Files to Get a Clean State?

While mounting the database, you might come across the Exchange dirty shutdown error. These dirty shutdown errors make the  Exchange administrators unable to mount the Exchange database on the server.

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Exchange Database Recovery Tool To Repair Corrupt EDB Files!

Exchange EDB File Recovery ToolFor business purposes like to manage email operations, email applications are required in order to manage mutual tasks easily and frequently. And, Microsoft Exchange is designed for exactly this purpose. It is very popular among users to exchange important information.

Exchange Server serves to be the platform that performs the tasks of the Server and email client. But sometimes, there are certain situations where the Exchange Database gets corrupted or damaged. However, there are manual solutions to repair the corrupt EDB files.

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How to identify the corrupt Exchange database and Repair them.

Microsoft Exchange server offers an effective messaging environment which is very powerful and reliable. This program helps to send or read emails at offices, shops, commercial or any other places through its networking program. It even allows the users to perform multitasking such as sending emails, instant messaging, file archiving, task scheduling, calendaring and many more.

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It saves users email records or data into its Exchange database or EDB folders. These EDB folders comprises of EDB, Checkpoints and Transaction log files. EDB files are known as primary Exchange database and it is crucial for running email system based on Exchange server smoothly. So sometimes due to various reasons it may hinder the smooth functioning of MS Exchange Server basically due to-

  • Dirty Database Shutdown- Which is the most common reason for crash of Information Store while accessing the corrupt database. To restore the database in this stage can be recovered though updating backup copy and then re-synchronizing it with transaction logs.

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