Fixing Outlook PST Files
PST or Personal Storage Table is a file that stores all the sent / received emails, reminders, notes, journals, RSS feeds & your important contacts. This file is automatically created by Outlook & is locally present on your system. There are times when this PST file gets corrupted & you will not be able to access your Outlook profile at all. The reason for PST file corruption can be a serious virus attack on your system, that might affect all the application files & other data including the file system too. Or if the Outlook application is closed abruptly either due to power failure or due to installation of a third-party tool, that forcibly restarts your system, then there are chances of your Outlook application or the PST file getting corrupted. Another reason can be the PST file oversize problem. There is a limitation in PST file size of 2GB in Outlook 2002 & earlier versions, 20GB for Outlook 2003 & 2007 and 50GB in Outlook 2010, so if your PST file reaches or exceeds this size then it will get corrupt.
Remo Repair Oulook (PST)
There is an inbuilt tool that is shipped with MS Outlook known as Scanpst or Inbox Repiar tool, but this tool works only if the PST contains the header corruption not in any other scenario. Therefore users doesn’t prefer to use this tool as it may increase the PST file damage. So, in this case a tool like Remo Repair Outlook (PST) is a must keep because PST file corruption is a common problem with Outlook users. It can easily rectify all the problems in the PST file & gives you an accessible PST.
The tool works well with Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, XP & Windows 2003 & 2008 server. It can repair PST file created on any version of Microsoft Outlook i.e. Outlook 2000, 2003, 2007 & 2010. Even the PST files of password protected Outlook profiles can be fixed using Remo Repair Outlook (PST) tool.
Why Remo Repair Outlook (PST)?
Remo Repair Outlook (PST) has some advanced features using which you can easily fix & recover all Outlook attributes. Its interface is very easy to operate by even a non-technical person. This software does not modify the original damaged PST file. It repairs the PST corruption & creates a new healthy PST containing all the Outlook attributes including the contacts, nicknames, signatures & even your personalized settings. This tool has a “Find PST File” option that helps the user to find the corrupted PST file, if the location is not known to him / her.
How Remo Repair Outlook (PST) helps in fixing PST files?
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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