OST to PST Converter Utility

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OST to PST Converter Utility

OST to PST Converter utility can easily handle OST file related issue and restore emails from them as PST, EML or MSG file format. It is the most exclusive solution to restore emails from password protected OST files and save them into PST file format. The OST Recovery tool provides preview modes: view regular mail, hex, properties, the message header, MIME, HTML, RTF, and attachments to preview recovered OST file attributes. This enables users to check recovered OST file properties in a specific way for detailed analysis. The OST Fix tool guarantees the maintenance of Meta properties such as To, Cc, Bcc, receipt date, etc; Also, the original format for all items remains original after the Outlook ost file rebuild process. OST to PST Converter utility to recover deleted or unreadable Outlook emails from offline storage files and save them into personal storage file or EML, PST, EML, PDF, HTML MSG, and Office 365 file format. It is a result-oriented solution which can successfully export entire emails from inaccessible OST file into PST file without any data loss. This software runs with the entire Windows application platform including Vista, Win 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32-Bit & 64-Bit), and supports all latest versions MS Outlook 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019. This software works without Exchange Server environments and Outlook applications. Demo version allows you to view recovered OST email items as PST file format including all email properties. User can download demo version free of cost and analyze working performance then purchase full version at affordable price.

  • Version 8.0
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  • File Size 35.40 MB
  • File Count 2
  • Create Date January 4, 2021
  • Last Updated January 4, 2021

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