Attempts to restore information from damaged or corrupted PST or OST files from Outlook, and offers the user several saving options
|Updated||December 12 2019|
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|Crack Size||22.9 MB|
Outlook Recovery ToolBox is a straightforward piece of software that enables users to extract data from corrupted Outlook messages and save them to file. It offers support for PST and OST format.
The installation operation is rapid and does not need special user intervention. Outlook Recovery ToolBox's interface consists of a wizard where you can point out a PST or OST file to view recoverable data using the file browser.
You can inspect the data preview in a tree structure, as well as view the sender, receiver and subject. Simply select the item you want to recover and let Outlook Recovery ToolBox take care of the rest.
All you have to do is pick the saving mode between a PST/OST file to later use it with Outlook, or save data in separate files: emails as EML or MSG, contacts as VCF or MSG, notes as TXT or MSG, while the calendar, journal and tasks will be saved to MSG format.
The application carries out a recovery task in no time, during which it uses a pretty low amount of CPU and RAM. It does not affect the computer's overall performance or disrupt normal user activity. We have not come across any problems throughout Softpedia tests, as the tool did not freeze, crash or pop up errors.
When it comes down to it, Outlook Recovery ToolBox Crack offers a fast and reliable method for retrieving data from corrupted Outlook emails. Keep in mind that its effectiveness depends on the file's damage degree, though.
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