How to recover saved appointments when exchange server fails
Fixing saved appointments error with exchange server
At the time of Exchange Server corruption your entire EDB files can be damged.This can happen for varied other reasons, some of them could be unexpected shutdown, fatal virus attacks, and application liabilities. Therefore, one needs to have proper solution to keep data safe and repair them if it is corrupted or damaged.
Exchange Server EDB database combine all user mailboxes, emails and other email items like notes, appointments, drafts, calendar notes etc.The MS Exchange server lets the user to perform scheduling tasks including appointment creation and saving them.
However, with certain corruption issues situation can be troublesome. User is not able to save or modify the appointment in Exchange email user mailbox. For a flawless functioning of appointments in Exchange Server the Exchange directory structure exclude from antivirus scanning as it can make the process slow. Whole scanning process might lead to corrupted documents in your Information Store (IS) of Exchange Server like .EDB, .STM, .CHK, and .LOG files.
For all the problems listed above can be resolved through EDB Recovery tool, this professional kit effectively handle corruption issues in EDB databases.
MS Exchange server errors while saving appointments
Simply consider a real time situation faced by a user, whenever you are trying to save few appointments in MS Exchange Server there is a Calendar option failing to work properly and hence its entire data is lost. Also you can witness some similar entries logging in event log of the Exchange Server, it can be:
Description: Calendaring agent failed with error code 0×80040229 while saving appointment
Description: Database resource failure error First Storage Group\Mailbox Store (MAIL) occurred in function JTAB_BASE::EcPrepare Update while accessing the database “0xfffffc0d”.
Moreover for event IDs 2and 7200 there can be failure of Exchange Calendaring agent.
Major causes for such issues are due to file-level antivirus software installed and configured to scan the Exchange Server directory (EXCHSRVR) structure. You can also configure antivirus software and exclude EXCHSRVR directory and drive ‘M’ from scanning. One more solution is to restore database previous backup or apply ESEUTIL repair utilities like - /p and /r for the affected Exchange Server database(s).
How EDB Recovery tool can help
When both solutions goes in vain you can switch to Corrupt EDB Repair Tool, this a viable source for all your recovery needs. The repair tool scans entire database and resolve corrupted data efficiently. This is best option to repair heavily corrupted Exchange database files .EDB and restore user mail boxes with each of existing data before corruption.