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Lepide Updates Exchange Recovery Manager
Lepide Updates Exchange Recovery Manager

 
June 5, 2014 9:27AM
Lepide launches update for Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager Version 14.05.01
 



Noida, June 04, 2014 -- Lepide Software, a global provider of enterprise level IT management and auditing solutions, released a new version of its flagship tool, Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager (LERM). The new version 14.05.01 comes with various new additions for improved software performance, enhanced recovery/restore features, and extended support for Outlook 2013 editions.

Here's what's new in this release of LERM:

Extended Support: LERM now supports all editions of Outlook 2013. Also, the new version ensures better connectivity with Exchange 2013 for seamless migration and export functions.

Operation Logs: A log viewer, "Operation Logs" has been introduced in this version, which provides detailed logs for various email/mailbox migration.

Enhanced Recovery of Deleted Items: Now, Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager shows the deleted items with red color and a strikethrough in the same folder in EDB files of Exchange 2000, 2003, and 2007. Whereas, the deleted items in EDB files of Exchange 2010 and 2013 are available in a system folder named "Recoverable Items". The users will also have a filter to include or exclude the deleted items during the migration process.

Extract Attachments: Users can now extract all or selected attachments from any source and save them in the hierarchal order in a common folder on the disk.

Exclude Duplicate Items: The software now has a filter to exclude the duplicate items while exporting, copying or migrating the messages from an EDB file to any destination.

Other Improvements

* Better EDB file scanning
* Minor bug fixes for better performance

Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager is a comprehensive solution for Exchange recovery, migration and backup restoration. With this release, the addition of new features will enhance the overall software performance and lead to even better recovery of corrupted mailboxes and better migration between Exchange Servers. Please visit http://www.lepide.com/exchange-manager/ for more information.

How to Upgrade?

Existing users can now download and upgrade to the latest version of LERM. You can visit our website or contact our sales team to access the latest version. New users can avail the free trial version to evaluate its complete features.

About Lepide Software

Lepide Software Private Limited, certified Microsoft Silver ISV Partner, is a global provider of various software solutions. It deals mainly with Network management, Server Management, IT management, and Auditing solutions. Lepide offers distinguished products required by any IT organization to meet regulatory compliances and to help in safeguarding IT infrastructure. It provides solutions under various brands such as Lepide, Kernel, Recoveryfix and eAssistance Pro. The company clientele include personal users, administrators, SMBs, and large corporations including many Fortune 500 companies. To know more about the company, visit: http://www.lepide.com <

Lepide Exchange Recovery Manager Version 14.05.01 features various performance centric upgrades. Mailbox attachments can now be easily extracted and individual items can be saved on the disk. A new log viewer, "Operation Logs" displays logs for the migrating the emails or mailboxes. Deleted items can be previewed, searched and exported in EDB files even if they’ve been deleted permanently. The software now supports all editions of Outlook 2013 . Duplicate items filter lets the users to avoid the duplicate messages or content while migrating the messages from EDB files. Also, other functional updates include better connectivity with Exchange 2013 and better EDB file scanning.
 

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