The data in Exchange Server is stored in EDB files (Exchange Database File), and this file can only be accessed through Exchange Server. But if you have Kernel EDB Viewer, you can view EDB file content without Exchange Server. This tool can be installed on any Windows machine to access EDB files there.
Sometimes the EDB file gets corrupt due to software failure, power failure, system crash, or virus attack. And it becomes difficult to open and read the data of a corrupt EDB file. Also, there are no manual methods available to open a corrupt Edb file. But, with the help of Kernel EDB Viewer, users can open and read emails from a corrupt/damaged EDB file without any hassle.
Let’s have a closer look at this tool.
Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer
Kernel for Exchange EDB Viewer is a freeware tool that helps users to open and view an EDB file without installing MS Exchange Server. This Exchange EDB Viewer tool is enriched with some great features, such as:
- Open corrupt/damaged EDB files
- Allows to view user mailboxes as well as public folders
- Advanced Search option to find specific emails
- Filters the mailbox data based on various criteria
- Open EDB files without installing MS Exchange Server
- Compatible for all version of Exchange including Exchange Server 2016
Also, using Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer is very simple, as it comes with a user-friendly interface. Let’s have a look at the working process of this tool.
To open and view your Edb file with Kernel Exchange Edb Viewer, follow these steps;
- Download the software and install on your computer.
- Launch the tool, and a welcome wizard will appear on the screen. Select the EDB file that you want to open and click “Next.”
- In the next step, select the scanning mode, i.e., “Standard Scan” or “Advanced Scan,” and click “Finish.”
- The tool will quickly repair the corrupt EDB file, and you’ll be able to view its mailboxes in the left pane of the tool. Select any mailbox to preview its content in the tool.
Note 1: The Standard Scan mode is the mode recommended by us, as it gives fast and best results for EDB files. However, if you’re unable to open EDB file with the Standard scan, then use Advanced Scan mode.
Note 2: If you’re getting “Out of memory” error, then tick the “Use Disk Space” box.
Note: Kernel Exchange EDB Viewer can be used only for opening and viewing EDB files. If you want to convert EDB file to PST or export it to Exchange Server, Office 365, or Outlook, then use Kernel EDB to PST Converter.