The tool recommended by Jerry123 did a good job in my case.
Corruption in OST file prevents the users to access their emails and other data stored on MS Exchange Server. A corrupt .OST file should stop a user from accessing anything stored on the Exchange server. Simply delete the file and have the server recreate it. Your apparent lack of knowledge (or attempt at deliberate misleading) makes the comment look like one of the usual spam “Trust our product” comments. And it shows how difficult it is to trust what you say. Tom
Aw, come on. Lousy formatting, no editing… This is really getting tiresome. Tonight it’s difficult to create decent looking comments in both FF and IE.
Correction of my comment…
A corrupt .OST file should stop a user from accessing anything stored on the Exchange server.
Should have been:
A corrupt .OST file should NOT stop a user from accessing anything stored on the Exchange server.
If you think you can fix through micrsoft solution then it would be enough but if you are not able to fix through the solution provided by microsoft then you need to use 3rd party tool for this. But before using these tools read user reviews and technical specification. More you can compare these tools on tech sites like cnet.
Check out this post to fix corruption in Outlook .ost file if Microsoft’s inbuilt utility is unable to resolve the problem: http://tipsoutlookexchange.wordpress.com/2012/07/05/fix-ost-file-corruption/Thanks