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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You cannot view an Outlook PST File without fixing its corruption or damaged part. It will show an error and if you perform such task. So, first go and repair the damaged and corrupted part of the Outlook Data File, then you can easily access emails in Microsoft Outlook. For more about working of scanpst.exe But it seems that you are looking for any third party solution to view the corrupted emails of MS-Outlook. Go and Google it for best result, as I found some advanced technology to view Outlook PST File like PST Viewer Tool which I found really impressive according to your need.http://www.pst.viewertool.com/ It is cost effective, reliable and sounds like the brand product.

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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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