How to Analyze Multiple Emails & Search Email from Bulk?

luiswilson223

How can I search from EDB, OST & PST email so that I can analyze all the emails at single platform? If any search algoritm that can resolve my problem of analyzing multiple emails?

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jimlynch
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I'd check with the vendor of your email client or server. They might have a tool that you can purchase that will do what you require. It's best if it fits into your existing infrastructure, so that's a great place to start.

jimlynch
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I'd check with the vendor of your email client or server. They might have a tool that you can purchase that will do what you require. It's best if it fits into your existing infrastructure, so that's a great place to start.

ernard
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I don't use EDB files really, but you could convert them to PST files using one of the myriad software options available, then use the Export to a File function on Outlook to export all of your files as CSVs, which would then allow you to use Excel or another spreadsheet to organize your data. Clunky process, at best, though. I'm sure there is a better way, but this was the first thing I could come up with.  

charlespanth
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Hi,

 

For easy searching of the messages based on multiple criteria like Subject, Message, Body, From and To fields of  sources like EDB, PST, OST and Live Exchange you can try in a utility tool to perform such an operation like Lepide's tool which I have tested and had worked for me greatly in the similar issue.

Selina Jodi
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Use OST to PST Converter software to easily restore emails from OST files when Exchange Server becomes down. Easily repair OST files and Restore emails from OST file.

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