Exchange eseutil comes along with Microsoft Exchange Server and is installed in your system by itself. You simply need to go to Program Files folder and locate it to use. The default location for eseutil is:
<c:>:\Program files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Bin
In the above location, C: is representing the drive where Exchange Server is installed. If you have installed Exchange Database Repair to any other location then change the C: with the letter of that drive. For example, if you have installed Exchange Server in E drive then replace D: with E: to locate Eseutil. However, in case Exchange Eseutil is missing or corrupt, you can download eseutil from http://www.filerepair.ca/DLL-EXE-downloads/e/es/eseutil.exe-Download-File-eseutil.exe.html to avail the following benefits:
Note: The computer system must have MS Outlook installed on it.
Once Eseutil download is completed, you can execute it to avail the aforementioned benefits. While downloading Eseutil from an external source then makes sure that you download Eseutil similar to the version of Exchange Server you have. For example, if you have Exchange Server 2007 then download Eseutil of Exchange Server 2007 else you may not get the desired result from it.
Sometimes, it happens that eseutil cannot produce desired output i.e. cannot repair the corrupt EDB file effectively. Moreover, the Exchange eseutil 2007 does not support STM files; therefore, you cannot repair .stm files using it. In such situations, when you have to recover the lost data but eseutil is not producing satisfactory output, you should use Exchange Recovery Software.
Exchange Recovery software is an apt solution for repairing the corrupt Priv1.edb, Pub1.edb, and .stm files. Version of MS Exchange Server does not matter because the software supports all versions of MS Exchange Server and their database files. The software can be installed on any versions of Windows operating system to repair corrupt EDB file. In addition to this, the software has been configured to facilitate the migration of recovered EDB database straight way to the Live Exchange Server.