Now there’s no need to restore the entire Exchange Server when all you need back is a single email, contact, note or mailbox. Thanks to our Exchange Granular Recovery tool, simply select and restore only the things you need – saving you time and money.
BackupAssist Classic already provides, out of the box:
This add-on applies to:
What's in it for you
Effortlessly handle these common data loss / data recovery scenarios:
And do it really, really fast:
An Exchange granular recovery used to take hours to achieve. Now it’s 3 minutes.
How it works
The Exchange Granular Add-on handles the heavy lifting.
Opens EDB files directly
The key technology that makes the granular restore possible is opening and reading the EDB file directly.
Thanks to our technologies working in harmony, we will transparently open the backup file and then the EDB file inside the backup, without modifying the backup in any way.
Integrates into the Restore Console
Our restore console will:
It’s easy to recover mailboxes, emails, contacts, notes, and items.
Click Exchange Granular Restore
Click the backup
Locate the files to restore
Drag and drop the mail items
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. If you are running Exchange Server within a Hyper-V guest, you can use the Exchange Granular add-on with the Hyper-V Advanced add-on to do granular exchange item restore directly without restoring the entire guest VM.
Install this on your host machine.
This particular add-on does not work for cloud-based services – it works for an on-premise Exchange server, where you have access to the EDB file.
However, BackupAssist offers a different solution to back up cloud-based email services. It’s BackupAssist 365, and it can back up data in 3 different scenarios:
Office 365 or Exchange Online – hosted by Microsoft
Hosted Exchange – hosted by 3rd parties
Your own Exchange server, accessible via the Internet or via the LAN
It will allow you to download and store individual mailbox items into a local PST file, for fast and easy restores. We recommend this solution when you want to protect mailboxes on remote servers.
No, it is only available as an add-on to BackupAssist Classic.