OST to PST conversion software tool to perform Exchange OST email recovery
|Updated||Dec 22nd 2010|
Convert OST N/A N/A
|Crack Size||2.9 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003|
Kernel OST to PST is a great email recovery tool for Microsoft Exchange Server and is designed to Convert inaccessible Microsoft Exchange Offline Storage File (OST) to Personal Storage File (PST) which can further be used in Microsoft Outlook and any other Email clients.
Microsoft Exchange Server locally stores its data in OST file on your storage Device. An OST file is a component Of Microsoft Exchange Server and can't be used with Microsoft Outlook.
At the time of when exchange Server crashes or when mailbox is deleted from the exchange server, OST file gets inaccessible and remains on the users computer holding large part of emails, calendar, journals, notes, contacts, tasks etc.
Kernel OST to PST recovers all components from Microsoft Exchange Offline Storage files including emails, calendar, journals, notes, contacts, tasks etc created using Microsoft Exchange 5.0, 5.5, 2000 and 2003 and converts them to OST file.
Kernel OST to PST software is simple to use as it presents tree like structure of all emails in OST file Format and creates separate folder for deleted items and other item such as calendar, journals, notes, contacts, tasks etc. PST files created with Kernel OST to PST can be easily added to Microsoft Outlook.
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