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how can i restore Outlook emails?

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Anyone advice me any third party tool by which i can easily restore Outlook emails from corrupt PST file without facing any trouble.

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Microsoft Office has a built in repair tool called Scanpst. Try this first, its free and wont cause any problems.

Here is the link to the microsoft website where you can watch a video on how to repair your .pst file with Scanpsthttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/287497

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Hi Elis...Try this given link - pstrecovery.info

 

The demo version of this software only lets you preview the data it has recovered. You then need to pay $49 to save that data into a working .pst file. The built in recovery tool called Scanpst that comes with Microsoft Office is free.

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Microsoft Office has a built in repair tool called Scanpst. Try this first, its free and wont cause any problems.

 

Here is the link to the microsoft website where you can watch a video on how to repair your .pst file with Scanpsthttp://support.microsoft.com/kb/287497

 

We wrote an article about this some years ago but it's still valid:

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/outlook/repair-fix-corrupt-microsoft-outlook-pst-files/

That should help you and yes, Simon is correct, SCANPST is what you want to use.

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Hello ElisJust hit on this given link- (Spam advertising links removed)

 

SPAM: Same post and link to perfect data solutions as yesterday but a different user name. Note this user asked a question regarding exporting the outlook EDB file and it received an answer from Nathenbreaken who also gave a link to perfect data solutions.

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