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How to extract emails from .edb file?

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I need to recover some emails from a backup of exchange. I have extracted the MDBDATA folder. I need to extract certain emails to a .PST file.
Any suggestions on third-party software?
I have tried using exmerge with no luck...
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Ontrack has some tools to extract mails without any Exchange Server available...
http://www.ontrackdatarecovery.com/email-recovery/
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Sorry didn't read the "tried exmerge" part
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Ontrack did the job.
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