Stop considering dealing with corrupt OST file as a big dilemma

ost to pst
Mumbai, India
September 3, 2013 7:05am CST
Facing a dilemma about how to fix the corrupt OST file? Well, you are the not the one who are facing such unwanted situation. This is because; many of us have already come across such situation where we have found too difficult to tackle the OST file corruption. In fact, whenever such situation arises, quite obviously you start query about tackling such condition without losing important data. When you use a computer application, time comes where you actually have no clue what to do next in order to overcome from data loss situation. Situation gets worse when all of a sudden accidental deletion of some data from the file account for severe loss of information. Now, talking in context of MS exchange Server, MS Outlook is used at the client end and is subjected to face file corruption. The moment file gets corrupt it gets difficult for user to access the data. Now, let us consider a situation where you are finding difficulty in opening particular items when Outlook is offline. Well, not to worry! There is an effective way to tackle such situation. In fact, to fix the entire OST file issue, follow the steps mentioned below: 1.Close Microsoft Outlook and any other application that in general access the OST file. 2.Find the OST file that causes the error. 3.Recover the offline data in the OST file. Here you would require taking help of in-built ScanOST tool. The important aspect that you would require to understand is that ScanOST tool proves useful only in case of low degree of file corruption. But, when the intensity of OST corruption is high, then recovery is beyond the ability of this inbuilt program. If this method doesn't deliver the required result, then possibility is very high that your current mail profile is incorrect. To tackle such situation very effectively, you must delete it and create a new one, as follows: 1.Close Microsoft Outlook. 2.Click Start, and after that click Control Panel. 3.Click Switch to Classic View in case you are making use of Windows XP or higher versions. 4. Double-click on Mail. 5.In the Mail Setup dialog box, click on the Show Profiles. 6.Select the profile in the list that you find incorrect and click Remove to remove it. 7.Replicate the step 6 unless all incorrect profiles get removed. 8.Click Add to construct a fresh profile and further append email accounts as per the settings on the server. 9.Finally start Outlook and r- coordinate your Exchange mailbox; probably you would be able to resolve the issue. Nevertheless, if the problem still continues then the most suitable option that you can opt is taking help of a third party OST file recovery tool like Kernel for OST to PST converter. Programmed with advance technology, the application enables you to access emails, attachments, journals, contacts, calendars, drafts, notes, sent items, etc. of inaccessible OST files by converting the file from OST to PST format. This proficient tool actually makes use of advance algorithm that performs through scanning of inaccessible files and restores the email messages and other data items. Using this tool, you could very well restore the email properties such as To, From, Subject, CC, BCC, and Date. To operate the tool , you don’t require any expertise and at the same time the tool is capable enough to restore emails from inaccessible OST files created using MS Exchange 5.0/5.5/2000/2003/2007/2010/2013 and MS Outlook 2013 (both 32 bit and 64 bit)/2010/2007/ 2003/2002 and 2000 To know more visit:
Kernel for Exchange OST conversion software tool to convert ost file into pst file. Software to quickly convert exchange ost into pst file for email retrieval.
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@Bluedoll (17078)
• Canada
3 Sep 13
Very informative. Thank you for this tutorial and the link.