How many times have you suffered with business discontinuity due to outbreak, damage or corruption of MS Outlook emails (.PST files)? RecoveryFIX for PST is an apt solution for repairing the corrupt MS Outlook .PST files. Outlook repair software is capable of recovering inaccessible, deleted, missing emails, mail properties (to, cc, bcc), notes, appointments, journals, drafts, junk emails, zipped attachments etc. from the damaged .PST files.
MS Outlook .PST files usually get inaccessible or corrupt due to:
RecoveryFIX for Outlook Repair is competent email recovery software that thoroughly scans the damaged Personal Storage (PST) file and locates the corrupt emails. The recovered mails are listed in a tree like structure, from where they can be easily saved at the desired location.
Repair outlook PST software is equally efficient in repairing the password protected .PST file and recover all emails, attachments, other PST items.
Outlook repair has the unique feature of defining the saving format. It allows saving the recovered emails as:
One can choose accordingly as per requirement. RecoveryFIX for PST is embedded with easy to use graphical user interface that requires minimal technical skills. Versions supported by Outlook repair software include MS Outlook 97, 2000, 2003, 2007 and 2010.
Demo version of RecoveryFIX for Outlook Repair is fully functional, except for the saving option and is FREE to download. Users can analyze the software for its features and view the data recovery percentage. But for the saving purpose user needs to buy the Full version of tool.
Outlook 97, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010(.PST files).
Hardware & Software Requirements to run the software
Windows 95 with Internet explorer 4.0, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0 with internet explorer 4.0, Windows 2000 Upto Service Pack 4, Windows XP (Home, Professional) Upto Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Windows, 7 Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
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