• Can I convert .OST to .PST file?

    I need to convert .OST to .PST file. I found and used some ost to pst converters but without result. How to find or where find reliable ost/pst converter or is it possible to solve this issue manually? Thanks.

    lstaff8365 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003: Restore PST password

    Does anybody know that how can I restore my PST password?

    Prashant.expert25 pointsBadges:
  • How to recover archived .PST file larger than 2GB

    We were going through our email accounts in Exchange 2003 and began to archive emails of employees no longer with the company. Unfortunately, we attempted to archive an account larger than 3GB. That's when we realized that it should have been broken down to under 2GB. It didn't archive the entire...

    Littlejuanito7420 pointsBadges:
  • How to determine outlook version that created OST file

    I have an old OST file that I have been trying to convert to a PST. The problem I am running into is that I need to know what version of Outlook created the OST file. I don't remember the version. Is there any way to figure this out?

    Cfospam5 pointsBadges:
  • Increase the storage capacity of data file in Outlook

    How to increase .pst file capacity more than 2gb.

    Nityaranjan25 pointsBadges:
  • Can you share with us what is consider best practices for PST files location

    Most users are placing their PST files on a shared drive because it gets backup by TSM; however, we recently had a disk corruption and during the problem determination someone mentioned that Microsoft does not recommend to place PST files on file-servers. Can you share with us what is consider best...

    ITKE350,845 pointsBadges:
  • How does way to scan within the PST files to find a particular text string?

    I've email printout with e-mail subject,sent out by the user who left our employ. His account was deleted and cannot be recovered. The user have left whole lot of PST files and we are hoping that he had saved this "sent" e-mail in one of them. The PST files are rather large and contain tons of...

    rickamverd20 pointsBadges:
  • Export addresses from PST Microsoft outlook

    Is there a way to export, from a PST of emails, just the email addresses of recipients of all the emails in the PST to a separate text file?

    RichieB10 pointsBadges:
  • Error in file C

    How do I correct error in file C:\users\myname\appdata\local\microsoft\outlook\outlook.pst\? Also office outlook always says a data file did not close properly. Also all my sent items end up in outbox but are sent anyway.

    Mugs5 pointsBadges:
  • How do PST reader view the contents?

    It is known that MS Outlook doesn't work when the PST file of large size. Decided reduced file moved to another letter PST-file. Letters were transferred successfully. Size decreased. But the file does not open, it haven't errors. How do pst reader view the contents?

    asanumalik35 pointsBadges:
  • Extracting the Exchange mailboxes from a priv.edb database to a .PST file

    Is there anyway to extract the Exchange mailboxes from my priv.edb database to a .PST file without mounting it back on? Is there a utility that I can use?

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
  • .PST password request without one having been set!

    I am running Vista home premium SP 2 and use Outlook 2003, SP3 with 2 profiles. I have been using this for the last 6 months. Every 2 to 3 months outlook gets really sluggish after you have opened 4 to 6 items sequentially. If Outlook is closed and re-opened, it is fine for another 4 to 6 items. I...

    harismanyb5 pointsBadges:
  • How to reduce PST Files size?

    Hii.. I am using ANSI version of Outlook in which I have around 1.5 GB of data with attachments.  I thought some files gets corrupted can I see them? Right now I don’t want to upgrade my Outlook to Unicode. Is there is any way by which I can reduce PST files without upgrading to Unicode?

    angelinothomas885 pointsBadges:
  • What happens to the bit cut off when you run the OST PST crop tool?

    I am just wondering, What happens to the bit cut off when you run the OST PST crop tool? the bit cut off does it (a) go into another PST file or (b) gets deleted? shane.

    shanekearney810 pointsBadges:
  • Importing Outlook PST into Windows Live Mail 2012

    Hello, I to want import Outlook PST file in to Windows Live Mail for purpose mail backup. How can I do it?

    sagarkhaire5 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to open personal folder default

    Recently, Microsoft Outlook displays a message "Unable to open personal folder default", pressing buttons <OK> outlook closes. But if you move the Outlook.pst file when you start outlook can't find a personal folder file, and asks for help. Shows him to move files and outlook works fine, but...

    DaddyYonb5 pointsBadges:
  • Outlook 2007 reading Outlook 2010 pst file

    Can an Outlook 2010 pst file be read by Outlook 2007?

    DaveKLoot5 pointsBadges:
  • Need pst file viewer for repair documents?

    Tell me, please. How do I open viewer pst ? The pst-file has grown more than 2GB, Outlook says "file is error, perform the recovery" PSTScan passes, but no effect .

    opetrin5 pointsBadges:
  • “incoming” = “inbox” in Outlook Express

    If you can tell me. My situation is this. After several surges computer rebooted and since then in the "incoming" = "inbox" messages are not displayed. At C: \ \ Documents And Settings \ $ user \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ Identities \ {...} \ Microsoft \ Outlook Express> inbox.dbx file...

    gobishanok5 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating Outlook PST files to Outlook 2007

    I am considering purchasing Outlook 2007 but it's wasted if I can't use my pst files.. Is it possible to do this? Will Outlook 2007 take Outlook 2002 pst files appreciate a response

    Petaheskell5 pointsBadges:

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