Archive (pst) does not display the displaced in it letters

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Happened this misfortune. Created archive Outlook .PST behaved strangely. There are folders and subfolders inside the archive. In particular, the "Inbox" and "Sent". So, the "Sent" folder works correctly - displays the number of messages and selecting any folder displays all the messages and I can reading them. And There are no miracles with Inbox folder, at first glance. It shows the number of messages in folder. But when you select a folder it is empty. Writes "no messages". That is, they are there in fact, because they are regularly transferred, and the program takes into account a number of changes: the Number of messages in the folder. But it does not see and therefore cannot open them. Click on the folder and says "no items to show in this view". Somebody faced the such? How to repair pst file?
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1. Go into properties and select Show unread.

2. Try to change the view.

3. If it doesn’t change anything, then it will have to recover the .pst file.

I think you have a problem with exceeding the memory limit. If you don’t know much about the program, it is easiest to use for thisspecial program that will be able to do all the work for you. There are many different programs  for this in the Internet paid and free. You can search Google to find them without a problem.  I personally use outlook pst repair tool like PST Repair Kit. I have used it more than once and it always did its job. There is a demo version  on the website so that you can check your file and see whether to buy this program or not.

You mean this tool? http://www.outlookpst.repair/

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