BitRecover PST to PDF Wizard

BitRecover PST to PDF Wizard crack/keygen

Version 6.1
Updated Nov 28th 2016
Company
Rating 4.3
157 4.3
Crack Size 13.7 MB
Downloads 1475
Systems Windows All
Category internet

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BitRecover PST to PDF Wizard

Microsoft Outlook allows users to export mail items to PST files, and it is often necessary to convert messages stored in these files to other formats.

BitRecover PST to PDF Wizard is a relatively simple utility that can get the job done quickly and efficiently. It enables you to extract messages and save them as PDF files, along with any attachments that might be included.

The application is especially well suited for novices, as it does not require users to configure any advanced parameters when converting their files. A job can be completed in no time at all, and multiple files can be processed at once.

However, the lack of support for drag and drop should be noted, which will make it a bit more difficult to add new items to the processing queue.

Sadly, the application does not allow you to preview the messages that are stored in the source files, and it is not even possible to see a list of the items that are due to be processed.

BitRecover PST to PDF Wizard Crack can help you organize the output files by renaming them based on each message’s subject, date or sender, a useful feature for those who need to process large numbers of items at once.

Additionally, the application gives you the option of also converting email attachments to the PDF format, and this function can be enabled or disabled freely.

On the whole, BitRecover PST to PDF Wizard is a fairly straightforward utility that does exactly what its name suggests: it enables you to quickly and effortlessly extract email messages from PST files and save them to the PDF format. Nevertheless, while it is very intuitive, the application does lack a few important features.

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