How to view pst file?

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What should I use to view the contents of the pst file? Earlier tried to keep the messages of the Outlook, they are kept in a separate folder, files Deleted items, Sent items, etc., All with the pst extension cannot open the Outlook will not open. What should I use to view the contents of the pst file? 

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Hi,
You cannot view the damaged and corrupted part of the Outlook data file without
repairing it. So to resolve this issue Microsoft Outlook provides a free
inbuilt utility name as an Inbox repair tool (scanpst.exe). Which recovers
corrupt items of Outlook and helps in accessing email.

For
More info about scanpst.exe:- http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287497

But if
scanpst.exe tool fails to recover the damage PST file of MS Outlook, then go
and Google for the third party utility I found two such tools on google
provided by a brand name as Ms Outlook Tools: Outlook recovery & viewer.

To
know about them, visit an official website:
http://www. msoutlooktools.com

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  • Subhendu Sen
    If u r not expensive, there is also several free utilities to view contents of .pst files without using MS OL.
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