Find and restore individual mailbox items like emails, contacts, calendar items, attachments and more.
Allows you to restore individual mailbox items directly into a live Exchange Server – whether it’s the original server or an entirely different Exchange Server!
Granular restoration with all backup types: System protection, File Protection and File Archiving
Restore mail items from a Hyper-V guest that runs Exchange Server, when combined with Hyper-V Advanced
Complete support for Exchange Server 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007
Support for popular operating systems including Windows Server 2012 R2, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, SBS 2011 and SBS 2008
If you need fast, easy access to individual mailbox items within your Exchange Server backups, Exchange Granular is for you.
While the base license of BackupAssist provides comprehensive protection for Exchange Server, it only allows for restoration of entire databases or the server as a whole. For a lot of people, this is more than enough coverage to ensure they get a good night’s sleep. But for businesses that rely on fast access to lost or deleted emails, no matter what the circumstances, granular restoration is a must.
If your business would benefit from the ability to quickly find and restore specific mailbox items, you need Exchange Granular.
The core feature of Exchange Granular is granular restoration of individual mailbox items from within a backup of the Exchange Server as a whole. This could include specific emails, contacts, calendar items, attachments, tasks and more.
Exchange Granular allows you to browse databases within an Exchange server, and search for individual items within those databases to quickly and easily restore the data you need.
Plus, if you’re running your Exchange Server in a virtualized environment, you can combine Exchange Granular with Hyper-V Advanced to restore individual mailbox items from an Exchange Server that’s running as a Hyper-V Guest.
Not only can you quickly and easily restore individual mailbox items with Exchange Granular, you can also inject them back into a live Exchange Server. This means that there’s no need to take a critical server offline in order to restore the data you need.
What’s more, it doesn’t even need to be the same Exchange Server you originally created the backup on. Exchange Granular will allow you to inject data back into any supported version of Exchange, on any physical server hardware.