My Outlook 2010 Not Responding

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I used Outlook 2010 with exchange server everything going good but few days ago My Outlook's OST database become unreadable my be it's corrupt and I have more than 2gB data of OST can you please give me some suggestion ,how can I recover my OST File . As i suggest by a friend that i need of OST to PST Converter Tool. Is This True? Any way Please help me to recover my Outlook. Thanks In advance.

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  • TomLiotta
    If you have a problem with your OST file, then an OST-to-PST converter is not appropriate. First thing to try is the Microsoft OST Integrity Check tool. -- Tom
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  • jzubeja
    Hi Tom Liotta,Can you please tell me how to convert oST File to PST actually i just want it and other solution i got related to my OST File.
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  • TomLiotta
    If you want to convert, there are many converters you can buy a license for. The only free one I'm aware of is the builtin Inbox Repair tool. There are many commercial ons. For example:   http://www.ost2pstfree.com/http://www.datanumen.com/aexr/http://www.serversdatarecovery.com/osttopst.htmlhttp://www.exportost.com/http://www.convert-osttopst.com/http://www.oemailrecovery.com/outlook-recovery.htmlhttp://www.convertosttopst.co.uk/http://www.unistal.com/convert-ost-pst.htmlhttp://www.osttopstconverter.info/http://www.recover-computerdata.com/ost-pst-converter.htmlhttp://www.stellarinfo.com/exchange-ost-recovery.htmhttp://www.ost-to-pst-converters.com/http://www.exchangedatabaserecovery.co.uk/   There are probably others.   Almost all of those claim to have a "free" version. The "free" part is generally that there is no cost to download and run them. The catch is usually that they don't do anything but give you a list of what they'll fix once you actually purchase a license. (That's fair enough, but their methods of "advertising" are mostly misleading. You have to decide how trustworthy they are.)   You might try multiple ones to see if any provide a longer list of things they'll convert. If that doesn't help, then you might choose by cost.   Of course, the builtin tools should be tried first.   Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    My last comment is not showing up here, although it is showing up in the 'IT Discussions' page. The formatting looks terrible there, too. I included a dozen or so links to various commercial converters along with a reference to the builtin Inbox Repair tool. As usual, there is no hint why it doesn't show here nor why the formatting is strange. -- Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    My earlier comment is now showing in the thread, but the formatting of the links isn't very helpful. Each link still works individually, though, even though they're displayed all run together. -- Tom
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  • kellylorry
    As per your discussion i find out that you just need a OST to PST Converter toolso i suggest you to search it on Google just put your desire keyword in your case "OST to PST Convention Tools" you can find your desire tool.I personally advice for Kernel  for OST to PST you can also try this osftware.
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  • techtiger08
    Yes if your OST is corrupted and you want to recover the data then you need convert that OST to PST. For more information about this process you search google.
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  • bobluis
    Hi jzubeja

    If the corruption is minor with your Outlook file then you can resolve that issue with the troubleshooting steps. To check detailed troubleshooting steps visit

    http://techpatio.com/2014/articles/5-outlook-troubleshooting-tips-outlook-users

    In case if you still face problem with your Outlook even after trying all troubleshooting steps then it is advised to go for third party tool.
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  • Brijesh
    Hi,

    Yon can try inbuilt utility scanost.exe provided by Microsoft to recover the corrupt OST file of Outlook when it is integrated with Exchange server or you can try Convert an Offline File (.ost) to a Personal File (.pst) or any converter tools.
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