The EDB extension file is a database file created by Microsoft Exchange Server that serves as the main repository for the mailbox data saved by Microsoft Exchange.
EDB is an extensible storage type database file, as it stores all mailbox data, including messages, emails, contacts, calendars, tasks, notes, and journals.
This EDB file stores both in-process and stored non-SMTP messages, and is formatted using a B-tree structure, which includes a top-level node and many child nodes.
EDB files, in essence, already have their respective predefined names, and Priv1.edb and Pub1.edb are the main EDB files used for the Exchange information store.
Each of them has a corresponding STM file that contains SMTP messages.
The EDB file is also known as a MAPI-based database, as it stores the messages sent by Outlook MAPI clients. Additionally, SMTP and HTTP messages are stored in this rich text database.
The above makes EDB files essential files when it comes to SMTP mail exchange, among others, due to its great versatility.
To open an EDB file, you must have one of the following software packages:
If you downloaded a EDB file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open EDB File on iOS device follow steps below:
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