Personal Storage Table (.pst) files are commonly used in Microsoft Outlook, Windows messaging and MS Client Exchange. A file with open proprietary file format is used to contain useful data and information in a specific format. PST files are prone to damages and losses. If you are looking for ways to recover or repair PST files, especially in MS Outlook, there is a great tool for this task, apart from the official way to repair or recover lost PST files as explained by Microsoft on its website.
Outlook PST Recovery Tool can easily scan and recover lost emails, contacts, tasks and calendar data in outlook. PST Recovery Tool also repairs and recovers the inaccessible PST files. PST Recovery tool can also recover deleted and password-protected outlook emails. You can also import or export PST data to and from EML or MSG formats. A lot of MS Outlook users have reported the 2 GB corruption issues. PST Recovery tool takes care of that problem too. The best part about this tool is that there is no size limit and you can recover both ANSI and UNICODE PST files.
After downloading and installing PST recovery tool, go to start button and open Outlook Recovery Software. You can also open the software by clicking on the software icon on the desktop. After opening the software, click on “Add File” and choose selected PST files which you want to Recover. You can select PST files from your computer by clicking on the “browse” button which is with three dots as shown in the image below.
Now select PST file and Select Scanning option. Advance Scan is when the file is massively corrupted. Storage Folder option dwindles the size of installation drive by moving the temp folder path to desired drive.
Now click on Click Add File to start the Scanning process. A scanning process will be started. You can save the scan by clicking yes.
There are tons of features of Outlook PST Recovery tool. To take a detailed look at them, check out the detailed product guide here.
Outlook PST Recovery Tool supports Windows 10 and the latest versions of Microsoft Outlook. You can try the software for free and then can buy it for $49.