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Exchange Error Codes:
Error Code Overview
Error Code 528
Error Code 550
Error Code 614
Error Code 1276
Error Code 1811
Error Code 2140

Jet Error Codes:
All Error Codes
49294966781
4294966227
4294966293

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Emergency Phone: +1-727-642-5521
   
Exchange Recovery Clinic

We are a full service RAID Data Recovery Laboratory and can recover edb files from any kind of failed media

 

What Exchange Recovery Clinic Does No One Else Can Do

By proprietary means we are able to recover the mailboxes located in the IS database files from just about any kind of "Jet Engine Error",any kind of "Read Verification Error", database corruption, over sized files or any kind of problem with the IS files in general. Just because another company may say that your mailboxes are not recoverable, or you have lost data, does not mean that it is impossible to perform an exchange server recovery and get your mailboxes back.

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     For Exchange 5.5 Errors

If your Exchange server database will not load,do not attempt to run any utility program in order to repair the priv.edb, and pub.edb Information Store files. Eseutil,Isinteg and other utilities can delete valuable data.
Make a copy of your priv file and log files prior to running any utilities or sending your database to any other company.

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    For Exchange 2000 or 2003 Errors

If your Exchange server database will not load,do not attempt to run any utility program in order to repair the priv1.edb , pub1.edb and Information Store files. Eseutil,Isinteg and other utilities can delete valuable data.
Make a copy of your priv1 file, stm file and log files prior to running any utilities or sending your database to any other company.

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    Do not attempt to restore  from a backup. If there are uncommitted log files,     information will be lost. Backup and copy all files! Exchange Recovery Clinic offers Exchange Server support and Exchange Server Data Recovery

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Exchange Recovery Clinic can recover your email-boxes that are in your Exchange Server database file or repair  the database file itself. We can recover the information stores from your .edb files or .stm  files remotely although we do suggest sending it in for recovery. Some of the errors that may occur,if your  Exchange server database files are damaged are the following:

          * Jet error- 4294966781 * Specific error code 528 1276,550,614 * Dirty Shutdown

 * Inconsistent file state * Write errors * Deleted mail boxes

 * Corrupted header information * Duplicate Keys (Identifiers)

We can recover your mailboxes from just about every kind of Jet error such as: "JET_errRecordNotFound, the key was not found" ,"Jet_errRecordDeleted".

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Live Support - Our representatives are data recovery engineers who can assist you with your Microsoft Exchange Server questions and can provide you with information on the best course to take, which in turn will help you resolve your situation in a timely manner.  

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Before any data recovery of your Exchange server database is tried, you must make sure of several things.

1. All log files are backed up.(these log files are normally located in the mdbdata directory where your Exchange Server database files are located).In Exchange Server 2000-03 the log files are probably in a folder named after your computer name of the Exchange Server. On exchange server 5.5 the log file begins with edb.log. On Exchange Server 2000-03 the log files consists of E0000001.log - e00.log.

2. All Exchange server databases files are backed up. This includes priv.edb , dir.edb and pub.edb

3. On Exchange Server 2000, the database files are Priv.edb/ Priv.Stm(if your database is shadowed)Pub.edb/Pub.stm.

4.Make sure you have a qualified engineer that has experience in Exchange Server disaster recovery.

5. You may want to have a Exchange Recovery Clinic engineer take a look or get a Microsoft engineer on the phone to guide you through this process.

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Exchange Tip of The Month: Inconsistent file state

  Inconsistent file states can be brought on by the Information stores not being in-sync or up to date with the  transaction log files. This inconsistent state can also be caused by the information store being shut down dirty.   But 90% of the time this error is caused from the information store developing problems over time which in turn   causes Microsoft Exchange Server not to mount the stores.This is why when utilities are run on the information store, data is lost and more headaches are caused then problems resolved. In any case ,Microsoft Exchange Server database files are very sensitive and we do not recommend running utilities on the database files if you  want your data recovered intact.

Log Files not played cause errors

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