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 OST Rcovery Software  -  Version  17.0

Outlook OST Data Repair Tool is the best tool to fix Outlook OST file. The tool is capable to Recover all the Outlook email data entities like task, calendars, contacts, memo, journals etc. All the recovered entities from OST data files can be saved into different formats like DBX, EML, MBOX, PST, MSG & Archive. The user can perform data filtering for recovering specific data items from corrupt OST File. Each OST File can be specified as per there character coding (ANSI or UNICODE) during the searching process. A user can create a Log file to store all the information related to the recovery process for his/her future reference. He/she can also save this log file on the desired location. The tool is equipped with some salient features like Recovery Before A Blink, Recovery Modes As Per Corruption, Advanced Search Option, Restore Deleted mail items, Log file for future reference, Preview Data before Action etc. The OST Recovery tool is easy to use, just because of its user-friendly GUI. The GUI of the tool is self-descriptive and a newbie user can even use it simply.

Program Details
Publisher Name Aryson Outlook Recovery
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Platforms Windows 2000
File Size 2681328 KB
File Date 3/15/2019
License Shareware
Price $49
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Install/Uninstall Support Install & Uninstall
Record Update 3/15/2019