Extract email messages from the Microsoft Outlook storage folder (OST), in addition to contacts, calendar entries, notes and tasks that are stored inside broken or corrupt OST files
|Updated||May 15 2019|
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|Crack Size||35.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
SysTools OST Recovery is an approachable and straightforward piece of software which gives you the possibility to extract email messages from the Microsoft Outlook storage folder (OST), in order to save them on the hard drive as individual files, in case the OST files cannot be otherwise accessed due to unfortunate events.
The setup procedure does not take a long time to finish. However, you should keep in mind that MS Outlook must be installed on the PC, otherwise SysTools OST Recovery will not work.
As far as the interface is concerned, the utility adopts a large window with a neatly organized interface, where you can use a built-in Explorer-based folder structure to navigate directories and locate the OST files.
You can browse their contents and perform file searches. It is possible to narrow down results when you're looking for a particular item by indicating the subject, location, start and end time, recurrence, and attachments (if any). SysTools OST Recovery is able to scan the mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, notes, journal, and folder list locations.
Once results are found, it lets you customize output settings before proceeding with the extraction job. These revolve around the file type (PST, MSG, EML), mail filter (start and end date), PST file splitting (size for each part), and destination folder. Plus, system folders can be either taken into account or ignored.
The software application worked smoothly in our tests, without triggering Windows to freeze, crash or pop up error messages. It runs on a minimal amount of CPU and RAM, so it shouldn't hamper system performance.
To sum it up, SysTools OST Recovery Crack provides a simple solution for extracting files from the MS Outlook storage folder, backed by multiple output settings.
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