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Recovery Toolbox for Outlook

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How to View PST Files

Install Recovery Toolbox for Outlook and get to know How to View PST Files Without Outlook in several mouse clicks. This application also quickly recovers data corruption issues in Microsoft Outlook and rebuilds output files. We believe it is the Best Free PST Viewer you can find:

  1. Download the setup file of Recovery Toolbox for Outlook and install the tool https://recoverytoolbox.com/download/RecoveryToolboxForOutlookInstall.exe
  2. Choose a file of PST format inside Recovery Toolbox for Outlook
  3. Choose a Recovery Mode
  4. Get access to messages, contacts, folders and other items when previewing data
  5. Explore content of .PST file on the preview page for free
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Free Outlook PST File Viewer

Recovery Toolbox for Outlook is a Free Outlook PST File Viewer capable of opening good and corrupted mailboxes in Microsoft Outlook. The Microsoft Outlook PST Viewer protects client mailboxes from different threats and quickly recovers email data also.

Key features of OST PST Viewer:

  • View PST Without Outlook, both healthy and corrupted files
  • Viewing PST files, searching a specific email
  • Scanning PST Files and recovers email attachments
  • Viewing PST File, recovering notes, journals, tasks, calendars, messages, and contacts
  • View PST File Without Outlook and showing the original mailbox folders structure
  • View PST File including deleted items
  • View.PST Files and good .pst files too
  • .PST File Viewer opens any number of PST files for free
  • View.PST File even when these files are password-protected
  • .PST Viewer saves data in a different format, such as EML, VCF, TXT, and MSG
  • Free PST File Viewer opens PST files of any size
  • Outlook data file cannot be accessed

No any limitation for the size of the input file

Recovery Toolbox for Outlook is a Free Outlook PST Viewer; it is free to evaluate your chances to recover corrupted email folders in Microsoft Outlook. Get the setup file of Outlook File Viewer from the developer’s website and check, if the PST Viewer can repair corrupted mailbox in Microsoft Outlook.

Microsoft Outlook Viewer works with either small or sizable files of Microsoft Outlook format. Users need to select a file of PST format for analysis; that is all. During the analysis of the selected mailbox, the PST Extractor does not hang the computer in use even when working with huge files.

No need to have installed Microsoft Outlook for the analysis of PST files

There is no need to have an instance of Microsoft Outlook installed on your PC. Microsoft Outlook PST Viewer works independently, without the presence of email client. The PST File Explorer works on any computer. Input a correct path and start the analysis of Personal Store Folder of MS Outlook.

Provides data recovery report

In the very end of recovery, the Microsoft PST Viewer suggests the final evaluation where users check the recovery statistics, plus the amount of successfully recovered data. As a result, users may see how many items have been restored by the MS Outlook Viewer.

Opens PST files protected by a password

No worries if you have a PST file protected by password, the original account details are not lost. The Outlook Email Viewer allows accessing such files. Add the desired mailbox to Recovery Toolbox for Outlook and proceed as usual, like you open any other mailbox in PST format with PST Viewers.

Recovery Toolbox for Outlook represents an intelligent Outlook PST File Viewer capable of repairing corrupted data of Microsoft Outlook. The free version of Outlook Viewer is available on the website of tool developer. This tool is compatible with all available versions of Microsoft Windows. This MS Journal Viewer allows accessing a mailbox in Microsoft Outlook format in case of data corruption, caused by any reason, regardless of the origin of the issue.

The PST Explorer can even protect Outlook email from ransomware. It is possible because such viruses encrypt only headers of large files. Therefore, Recovery Toolbox for Outlook provides excellent opportunities to recover data.

Mac PST Viewer

No worries if you do not have a Windows computer. The developer offers the Online PST Viewer, no need to install anything. The online version of PST Browser is located here: https://outlook.recoverytoolbox.com/online/. Using the PST Viewer Mac, clients need to upload a .PST file and proceed to the recovery. The Online Free PST File Viewer does not use the computer’s resources; it recovers data and suggests downloading a clean file of PST format when it is ready. This application is the Best PST Viewer you can find.

The PST Viewer Review is provided by the developer of Recovery Toolbox for Outlook.

Answer:

Our engineers have analyzed the content of OST (source) and PST (destination) files. The analysis revealed the types of data that are not carried over to the PST file after OST file conversion:

  1. old versions of messages, contacts, files and other objects
  2. removed objects
  3. blocks of data from earlier versions of messages, contacts, files and other objects. It is impossible to use these blocks to fully recreate the original object, which is why they can be treated as junk.

In other words, when you remove or modify a message, contact, reminder or meeting, the object is only marked as removed, but is not removed physically and remains in the OST file. The new version of the object is written to a newly allocated space, but the old version remains in the OST file as well.

If Outlook is in active use, the size of the OST file can grow quite significantly, while the actual size of data in the file remains the same.

In order to optimize disk space consumption and remove old elements, you need to configure the AutoArchive feature in Microsoft Outlook.

Note: it is recommended to backtrack the changed options after the export of the recovered data in Microsoft Excel has been completed.
  • search for and reading of old versions of documents is used by attackers for stealing users’ confidential information;
  • search for and reading of deleted and old versions of documents is used by police authorities to collect compromising information (Forensic Mode);
  • Recovery Toolbox for Outlook enables the user to search for data deleted from an OST/PST file and save it to the disk.
Answer:

When converting large OST files (4 GB and above), you will have to use a 64-bit computer system. All program components required for converting OST to PST must be 64-bit. These include:

  1. Microsoft Outlook 64-bit
  2. Microsoft Windows 64-bit
  3. Recovery Toolbox for Outlook versions 4.0 and above

This allows you to bypass the limitations on the RAM that can be used by each component and convert OST files of virtually any size.

Converting huge OST files to PST files

Once all necessary components have been installed, run Recovery Toolbox for Outlook and perform the following actions:

  1. choose the OST file you need to convert on the program's first screen
  2. choose Convert on next page of Conversion Wizard
  3. choose the emails, contacts, and other information you want to transfer from the OST to the PST file
  4. choose the option to save as a PST file
  5. type or select a folder to use to save the data on the disk

The process of reading the OST file and then exporting it to PST takes a significant amount of time. The time it takes to convert OST to PST depends on your computer's performance, particularly the speed of your disk subsystem.

Answer:

To recover a very large Microsoft Outlook PST file (more than 4 GB), you'll need to have Recovery Toolbox for Outlook installed on your computer, as well as the following:

  1. Microsoft Outlook 64-bit
  2. Microsoft Windows 64-bit

If this software is installed, Recovery Toolbox for Outlook won't be limited to the size of operating data that 32-bit systems have. The program will be able to completely restore and save the data in a new PST file when working with the 64-bit versions of Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Windows. If Microsoft Outlook 32-bit is installed on the computer, Recovery Toolbox for Outlook will encounter a limitation due to the amount of RAM that can be used in the restoration of data.

If you have the installation disc or distribution kit, you can install Microsoft Outlook 64-bit along with the 32-bit version of Microsoft Outlook. You'll find instructions for the installation of Microsoft Outlook 64-bit here.

Answer:

Instructions on how to install the 64-bit version of Microsoft Outlook

  1. To install Microsoft Outlook 64-bit, be sure you have the 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows installed
  2. Open the Microsoft Outlook install disc in Windows Explorer
  3. Open the Office folder
  4. Run the program setup64.exe
  5. Follow the installation instructions
Note: When Microsoft Outlook is installed, the 32-bit version is installed by default.
Answer:

Please try the solution which is offered by Microsoft:

  1. Open the Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Browse to System and Security then click on System icon.
  3. In the left panel click on link Advanced system settings.
  4. You should now see the System Properties Window. Please select Advanced tab. You should see three sections. The top section is labeled Performance and has a Settings button. Click this button.
  5. Select the Data Execution Prevention tab.
  6. Select the option which reads Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select.
  7. Use the Add button to locate the executable file for the application executable file RecoveryToolboxForOutlook.exe you were trying to start when you received the error, and click Open to add it to your exceptions list.
  8. Click Apply or OK to commit your changes.
Answer:

Can't view Contacts from new PST file in Microsoft Outlook 2003/2007. To view Contacts need to:

  • Turn on Navigate Pane in Microsoft Outlook by press Alt-F1 or select from main menu View | Navigate Pane.
  • Open new PST file from main menu File | Open | Outlook Data file...
  • Check item Contacts from Navigate Pane.
  • Select item Calendar in Personal Folders.
Answer:

Afrer WAB recovery you got the set of Virtual Cards (vcf) files. You can use the Import function of MS Outlook to import the vcf files. To import them to MS Office Outlook you should:

  1. Run the MS Outlook
  2. Select menu File - Import and Export...
  3. Choose Import a VCARD file (.vcf) item and press Next
  4. Select VCARD files to import and press OK.

OR

  1. Run the Outlook
  2. Open and select the Contacts folder
  3. Select .vcf file in Windows Explorer and drag-and-drop them to the Microsoft Outlook folder
Answer:

Our software was developed for data recovery only. It can't recover records, statuses, etc.

Answer:

Our software can recover data only from an existing file. You can try to restore your file with some unerasing software and then recover it with Recovery Toolbox for Outlook.

Answer:

Yes, but it needs space for temporary files. Free disk space should be 2 times greater than the size of the original .pst file being recovered.

Answer:

Make sure you close Outlook before you start Recovery Toolbox for Outlook. Try to download the newer version of our software and install it.

In some cases, you have to reinstall Microsoft Outlook and Recovery Toolbox for Outlook because some components that are in use must be updated, but they cannot be released without reinstallation. Try to recover your data to separate files, it may help. Make sure you have enough free space on your storage drive to save recovered data. Do not try to save the file with results under the same name as that of the damaged file.

Try to recover data again.

Answer:

You should send the log file of the program to our support service. The log file is located in the same folder where Recovery Toolbox for Oulook is installed (for example, D:\Program Files\Recovery Toolbox for Outlook\Err.log).

Also, let us know the version of your OS (Operating System) and Outlook.

Answer:

You can compress the log file using the WinRar program (https://rarlab.com). It will become smaller after that.

Answer:

You should:

  1. Open Start | Settings | Control Panel | Mail
  2. Use the Delivery tab to select the corresponding PST file in the Deliver new mail to the following location: combo box and confirm moving the service folders (if necessary).

Thus, the new .pst file will be the file used in Outlook by default.

Answer:

Messages saved as .eml files are imported into Microsoft Outlook in several steps. You should:

  1. Import .eml files into Outlook Express folders. To do it, you should open Outlook Express and Windows Explorer at the same time.
  2. Select .eml files in Windows Explorer using the Shift + arrow keys or the Ctrl key + the left mouse button.
  3. Use your mouse to drag the selected .eml files to the Outlook Express folder.
    Note: it is recommended to create a new folder in Outlook Express to import messages into.
  4. Open Microsoft Outlook 2000 and select the File | Import & Export item in the main menu of the program.
  5. Select the Import Internet Mail and Addresses item and click the Next button
  6. Select the Outlook Express 4.x, 5 item from the list, leave the Import Mail checkbox selected and click the Finish button
Answer:

You should:

  1. Open the PST file in Microsoft Outlook
  2. Open the Calendar tab
  3. Select the option to display the calendar of Personal Folder

Now the calendar from saved PST file is also displayed.

Notes: Users of Microsoft Outlook earlier versions should:
  1. Open a new PST (Personal Store Folder) file in Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Expand the folders of the new PST file in the left panel and click the Calendar folder.
  3. Saved events from the new PST file will be displayed in the right panel.
Answer:

You should:

  1. Open the PST file in Microsoft Outlook
  2. Open the Contacts tab
  3. Select the option to display the contacts of Personal Folder

Now the contacts from saved PST file is also displayed.

Notes: Users of Microsoft Outlook earlier versions should:
  1. Open a new PST (Personal Store Folder) file in Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Expand the folders of the new PST file in the left panel and click the Contacts folder.
  3. Saved events from the new PST file will be displayed in the right panel.
Answer:

You should:

  1. Reboot your computer.
  2. Disable your antivirus, it can block access to the Outlook data for our program.
  3. Don't run the Outlook during and before recovery. If you choose to save data to new PST files, Outlook will start in hidden mode automatically.
  4. Try to make the recovery to separate files, not to PST.
  5. If you have another computer, please try to recover this file on it.
  6. Send to our technical support your original file for a recovery if my suggestions can't help.

You can create multi-volume archive from the orignal OST/PST file using WinRar program (https://rarlab.com). It is free trial. The size of each volume must be ~30-50Mb. And upload all files on www.dropbox.com service and send us the links to the all files.

Answer:

This error occurs:

  • when Microsoft Outlook tries to open several Personal Store Folders that use one PST file
  • or if the Personal Store Folder is registered in Microsoft Outlook, but the original PST file does not exist on the disk or if the path to it is incorrect

To solve the problem, you should:

  1. Close Recovery Toolbox for Outlook and Microsoft Outlook
  2. Restart the computer
  3. Start Microsoft Outlook. Ignore the message This Personal Folders file (pst) is already in use with this profile while restarting Microsoft Outlook.
  4. Close all PST files Personal Store Folders being used, except for the main Personal Store Folder in the left panel of Microsoft Outlook. To do it, you should right-click the Personal Store Folder item and select the Close Personal Store Folder item in the context menu.
  5. Close Microsoft Outlook
  6. Open Microsoft Outlook again. If the error message This Personal Folders file (pst) is already in use with this profile appears again, the path to the main Personal Store Folder is incorrect or the PST does not exist on the disk. To fix this error, you should:
    • Find the source PST files on the disk. The best way to do it is to use the Microsoft Windows search feature (click Start | Search | For Files and Folders...), select All files and folders (for Windows XP) and then search for *.pst files on the computer.
    • Set the correct path to the file and its name in the properties of the main Personal Store Folder (right-click the Personal Store Folder item and select the Properties item in the context menu).
Answer:

Microsoft Outlook data files contain main objects ( messages, contacts, notes, reminders, attached files and others) and service objects that are not shown to the user. While writing the recovered data to the new .pst file, the program does not write some service objects because there is no need to do it.

Answer:

You performed the recovery operation at another computer or where another version of Outlook is installed. Our software uses Outlook components to compile the structure of a new PST file(s). So the recovered PST file is compatible with the version of Outlook that is installed on the system where the PST file was recovered.

Answer:

Cases differ. Our software requires that the damaged file is fully readable so if you can copy the file to a normal, not crashed hard drive, our software will probably help you. Please download our software and try it for free. If it can help in your case, you can purchase it to disable the trial limitations.

Answer:

Every object saved by Outlook to a file is stored in several blocks of up to 512 bytes. When a message is deleted, these blocks are not deleted and remain in the file. However, when new emails are sent or received, these blocks may be overwritten. As a result, the deleted email can be recovered only partially, for example:

  • if there is a subject, the message body or attachments may be lost;
  • if the subject is lost but the body is there, the email will be restored without From and To fields;
  • if the message subject and body have been overwritten, the attachment will be saved as a standalone file;
  • and so forth.

Recovery Toolbox for Outlook does everything possible to recover deleted data. If an object's data blocks are overwritten by Outlook, the object will be recovered only partially.

Answer:

Repairing mailboxes after the corruption of the Exchange Server database file.

If the Exchange Server database file gets damaged, the server will still have *.edb files with users' emails. There will also be .ost files on users' computers containing the personal data of each user.

OST files can be quickly and easily converted to PST files using Recovery Toolbox for Outlook.

You can try recovering .edb files using Recovery Toolbox for Exchange Server. This tool converts individual mailboxes to .pst files.

We recommend trying both recovery methods to recover as much data as possible.

Answer:

This OST-to-PST converter is an easy-to-use tool that operates like a wizard. With it, you can convert an .ost file to the .pst file format in a few simple steps. No special know-how is needed in order to use the Recovery Toolbox for Outlook OST-to-PST converter.

Microsoft doesn't currently offer a special Outlook OST-to-PST converter. All OST2PST converters have been designed by ISVs. Recovery Toolbox for Outlook, however, has a demo mode that lets you convert five objects per folder.

Answer:

Recovery Toolbox for Outlook can read *.ost files any versions of Microsoft Exchange Server, any version of Microsoft Outlook (32- or 64-bit, ANSI or UNICODE). Software can read and convert *.ost files with any size of file.

Answer:

The size of the converted .pst file shows the actual size of information stored in the ost file. If you do not make archives and do not start Cleanup Tool regularly for the original Offline Storage Folders, then the .ost file size is only growing. As a result, only 5-10% of the file can be used for a real user's data.

Answer:

For the use of OST-to-PST conversion on a computer running Microsoft Outlook, the .pst file version will be the same as that installed in Microsoft Outlook. If the computer has Microsoft Outlook 2007 or higher installed, the size of the resulting .pst file can exceed 2Gb. If you use MS Outlook 98-2003, the size of the resulting file will be limited to 2Gb. In this case, Recovery Toolbox for Outlook will create several .pst files in which to store all the data from the source .ost file.

Answer:

Recovery Toolbox for Outlook exports messages, contacts, appointments and other data from *.ost files as MSG files. The software converts and saves all data from .ost files to the .msg file format. Later, the user can drag and drop or import the saved *.msg files in any of the popular client software programs, including Lotus Notes, Microsoft Live, The Bat, Eudora, Incredimail, Mozilla Thunderbird, etc.

Answer:

Microsoft Outlook has no function with which to import data from *.ost files. To open an *.ost file in Outlook, the Exchange Server and Windows Domain Controller must be working and available for user authentication in both of the respective services. Only after that is it possible to transfer the contents of an .ost file that is open in Outlook to a .pst file that is also open in Outlook.

If the Exchange Server or Windows Domain Controller isn't accessible or doesn't work, or if the user can't be authenticated, access to the data will be denied and Outlook won't open the .ost file.

Answer:

The original .ost file must be converted to a pst file using Recovery Toolbox for Outlook and then opened in Outlook. Conversion from OST to PST using Recovery Toolbox for Outlook doesn't require the availability of Exchange Server or Windows Domain Controller.

Answer:

To correct the following issue 8004010F when using POP3/SMTP accounts in Microsoft Outlook, do the following:

  1. Download, install and start Recovery Toolbox for Outlook from the site: https://outlook.recoverytoolbox.com/
  2. Choose a corrupt .PST file in the first window
  3. Choose Recovery Mode
  4. Choose a folder to save a recovered file
  5. Replace the corrupt PST file by a recovered one

Last, you should replace the damaged file to a recovered one or merely add the recovered file to the list of data files in Outlook.

Please select a damaged Microsoft Outlook *.pst file:

Please select a mode for program use:

  • Recovery Mode – use it if you need to repair a damaged *.pst or *.ost file.
  • Converter Mode – use it for export data from OST to PST files.
  • Scan for deleted data – this is a search mode for deleted objects.

On the second page, the customer can view and select the recovered objects that are to be saved (emails, contacts, appointments and so on):

Please select a target folder for saving the recovered data to:

Please select the type of the recovered content that is to be saved:

Customer's reviews and ratings
FREDDY SESEGNON 01-11-2013

Tool forced me to forget about lost .pst files of Microsoft Outlook 2003. I chose it and was lucky.

Tim Rosanos 21-07-2013

Tool makes own business very well. Sometimes tool suspend my computer for a little time. I bought it, and it's one of the best products which I have been ever seen.

PETER WESKINS 01-03-2013

Software handled my trouble with crashed Outlook 2007 emails after turning my computer off. I acquired this tool for some minutes, during the same time it solved my issue.

Donny West 11-11-2012

Software for some minutes found out crashed MS Outlook emails and got me back data. Tool needs a lot of resources of hardware for its working. In result, most of corrupted emails were restored, I'm almost glad, almost.

MASON RODGERS 07-02-2012

My Outlook 2003 emails were fully restored. High requirements of product, especially under working with huge email messages. My machine is on a ledge of cancel. Positive solution, but not for old computers.

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