What are the immediate things that I need to do in case of an Exchange Server crash?

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My Exchange Server has crashed and has thus hampered my mailbox. Please provide a checklist of the various things that I must do when such a problem arises, so that I can fix it up without going for a complete recovery.


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The Microsoft exchange server is related to MS Outlook email profile. In case of crash in exchange server the OST files which are Outlook offline storage table files need to be converted into PST(personal storage table file) format. Due to crash in exchange server the changes made in OST files cannot be merged back to the exchange server. After conversion of OST files into PST then user can continue to work with email files without any worry. The users can use OST to PST file converter tool for performing smooth conversion of OST files to PST.The one tool by SysInfo can help in this regard by performing quick and smooth conversion without data loss. This tool has free demo version available which has almost all the features of paid version. 

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Running Exbpa periodically/every month Or two is sufficient to prevent it crash. If possible, configure database maintenance schedule. To prevent crashing, it is good practice to perform a manual integrity check on a quarterly basis. Of course check/verify backups. Not only maintenance, it is necessary to keep track of the database growth. These steps can help you to prevent exchange server crashing frequently.
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