Data Recovery Mail
Typical hard drive data loss occurs typically through accidental deletion, hard ware or software malfunction or physical damage caused by power surges or natural disasters. When data loss occurs it can be retrieved by a software recovery program which copies all salvageable data onto a separate hard drive and then has to be reorganized. Or, if the loss is due to physical damage, data can only be restored in a clean room lab.
The same rings true in the case of data loss that specifically relates to mail files. However, sometimes basic data recovery software retrieves the file but corrupts the format of the file so that it can no longer be read by the program that is supposed to run it. In fact, in many cases, attempting to recover mail related data through standard data recovery software may render otherwise retrievable mail data useless and lost forever.
Or perhaps you’ve suffered data loss but have your system backed up, making recovery a simple matter of transferring those backup files on either the same computer (if data loss was accidental) or on a new computer if the old one went kaput, making complete hard drive recovery unnecessary. However, most people only make backups on a weekly basis or at the completion of a new project. New mail is received every day, and odds are there may be vital mail lost that isn’t backed up. That’s where data recovery of your mail files comes in handy.
At Hard Disk Recovery Services, the data retrieval process employed by our skilled and experienced technicians in our state of the art clean room labs is equally effective on mail related files as it is for general hard drive file recovery. Because our labs allow us to get into your system manually, we can differentiate the types of data and not risk damaging the data tables. So once a successful data recovery mail procedure is completed, all your mail files will be fully functional as if nothing ever happened. And the downtime will be minimal.
Viruses are as much a threat to your mail as to your basic data.
If you run Outlook on your computer, your mail data is even more at risk. While it is an extremely handy tool for your home and business email needs, outlook is perhaps the single most vulnerability on your computer next to internet browsing. Many of our clients suffer from not only mountains of spam, which, while annoying is harmless for the most part, but also the constant virus attachments that are often included with them. Many seem like harmless messages from co-workers or friends, but if opened can invite a harmless virus on your computer.
There are also viruses that get into a friends computer, and then send automated emails to all contacts listing in his or her computer. As a result, a message may come from your friend’s email asking you to open an attachment that spreads the virus to your computer, even though your friends didn’t actually send it. And now, your computer will do the same to all of the contacts in your Outlook. While spam blockers and virus protection can help, millions of people suffer from viruses such as these. And the only way to fix it and still save your mail files is through the data recovery of mail offered by Hard Disk Recovery Services.
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