Note: EdbMails requires account signup, to ensure your application access security. EdbMails is an OFFLINE EDB to PST recovery tool and authentication is just limited to application login and EdbMails will not keep your database details on cloud.
a. Download the EdbMails setup and install it on your computer where you have your Offline EDB file that you wish to recover.Download
b. Double click the EdbMails setup (EdbMailsSetup.exe) to start the installation process.
c. On the Welcome page, click "Next >" to proceed. And to complete the installation, follow the instructions that appear on the installation screens accordingly.
Upon completing the installation, application login screen will be displayed. Enter your email address and password that you have used while creating EdbMails account and Click the "Login"
On successful login, from the below screen select the EDB file that you wish to migrate emails from EDB to Live Exchange server.
Click the "Browse for EDB" button to navigate to where the EDB is located. If you are using Exchange 2003, EdbMails will automatically look for the corresponding STM file in the same location. If you are using Exchange 2007 or above, STM file is no longer used.
Now click the "Start Offline EDB Recovery Now" button to start the recovery operation.
a. Right click the Tree view and select the Mailbox / folder that you wish to migrate to Live Exchange Server. Choose the "Export Selected Mailboxes / Folders to PST / Office 365 / Live Exchange" popup menu item to continue with the migrate operation.
b. Select "Export Selected Mailboxes / Folders to Live Exchange Server" and click continue.
c. Enter the Live Exchange Server account credentials to connect to Exchange Server.
d. After the successful login, Map the mailboxes to Live Exchnage Server mailboxes and click on "Export EDB to Live Exchange" to export.
e. During export operation, the progress will be displayed as shown in the below screenshot.
f. Once the Export operation is completed, the message "Export operation has been completed." will be prompted.