Fix Outlook PST file using Remo Repair Outlook
Those who use Windows Outlook regularly will be familiar with these PST files. Microsoft Outlook uses PST (Personal Storage) files to store emails and other Outlook items like contacts, notes, journals, calendar, reminders etc. Each time when you start MS Outlook, this file gets loaded and all details will be updated in this file simultaneously. Whenever you come across difficulty in accessing or opening your Microsoft Outlook then it is a clear indication that your PST file is corrupt. Corruption to PST file can happen due to various reasons like closing or terminating the Outlook software abnormally while processing the request, system failure, power out surge, file system corruption, oversizing of PST file, and many others. Even though Microsoft has inbuilt repair tool, it is limited only for minor corruption.
Remo Repair is the most widely used repair tool that efficiently fixes your Outlook items without any difficulties. This tool is a read only application, which just extracts the contents from the file sector vice and copies it into a completely new document without damaging the original PST file. It has the ability to repair password locked and highly encrypted PST files by utilizing its advanced and latest scanning algorithm. It not only fixes the Outlook emails, but can also repair other Outlook attributes like contacts, attachments, notes, journals, RSS feeds, reminders etc. easily and successfully.
Remo Repair is a simple yet powerful application that can repair even severely corrupted PST files. It is designed to support all latest versions of Outlook including Outlook 2000, 2003, 2007, and 2010. Moreover, even if you are unable to locate the PST file, i.e. its location is unknown to you; then also this tool can easily locate it using its deep scan technology and then repairs the PST file.
Why use Remo?
Remo Repair is a one-stop solution for all your Outlook related problems. It employs two scanning methods “Normal Scan” for minor corruption and “Smart scan” for severely corrupt PST files. It is a simple, safe and secure tool that can recover even the deleted emails. Remo provides “Preview” option, which lets you to view mails in advance to check the effectiveness of the software. In case multiple Outlook profiles are maintained, this tool allows you to select particular Outlook profile with the help of “Select Outlook Profile” option, using which you can repair and recover its items.
How to use Remo Repair?
Download & install the tool on your Windows OS & run it. On the wecome screen of the tool you will find three options “Open PST File”, “Find PST File” & “Select Outlook Profile”. Select the first option if you know the location of the PST file, second one if the location is unknown & the last one if you have more than one Outlook profile. Now select the scan type as “Normal Scan” or “Smart Scan”. After that choose the destination folder where you wish to save the repaired PST file & click on “Repair” button. As soon as the repairing process is completed, a summay report is generated showing the number of emails, contacts & other items recovered.
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