SysTools PST Merge

SysTools PST Merge crack/keygen

Version 4.0.0.0
Updated Mar 21st 2018
Company
Rating 3.5
462 3.5
Crack Size 8.5 MB
Downloads 5035
Systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Category internet

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SysTools PST Merge

SysTools PST Merge is an approachable Windows application that enables you to merge multiple Outlook files into a single one (PST format). It does not feature complex options or configuration properties, so it can be handled by all types of users, regardless of their level of experience.

The setup procedure is rapid and does not require special attention, since it comprises standard buttons. As far as the interface is concerned, the app is not necessarily attractive but quite easy to navigate.

PST files can be added to the job list with the help of the file browser only, since the drag-and-drop feature is not implemented. Any selected item can be removed from the list.

So, you can join PST files into a single folder, merge similar directories into a single PST file, or allow only contacts to be merged across the PST files. SysTools PST Merge Crack can be set to automatically remove duplicates from the entire task, as well as to exclude deleted items. Once you indicate the saving directory, you can start conversion with the click of a button.

The app is undemanding when it comes to CPU and memory, so it does not affect the PC's overall performance. No error messages were shown in our tests, and it did not hang or crash. However, the tool requires Microsoft Outlook to be installed. Overall, the package is a bit too expensive. Other than that, it gets the job done and can be handled by anyone

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