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Software to Fix Oversized PST File

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While running email account in Outlook, you regularly compose or recieve emails messages that are stored some where in Outlook. Have you ever think about thier storage location or where these messages are saved? PST file is the default location in which Microsoft Outlook stores all data of your profile This data includes emails, notes, contacts, journals, calendar information, etc. By the use of PST file Outlook not only provides data security but also allows lot of data storage that is not possible in web based email clients.

Using Outlook, it is very simple to backup all data and to migrate to a newer version of Outlook. You just have to copy a single PST file that can be located in "Documents" folder of C drive. Microsoft Outlook in all of its major versions like Outlook 2000, 2003, 2007, and 2010 uses PST file only. However, the maximum size limit of PST file has increased in every new version. It is up to 50 GB in the latest Microsoft Office Outlook 2010.

The size limit of PST file in Outlook matters a lot. If size of PST files increases beyond a certain limit, there might be a possibility that PST file will get damaged. The large PST file will not allow Outlook to open your profile, thus you will not be able to use Outlook. This problem was very common in Outlook 2000 because PST file size limit was only 2 GB. Hence, you need to repair damaged Outlook 2000 PST file

In Outlook 2003 and 2007, the size limit of PST file is increase to 20 GB thereby minimizing the problem of oversized PST file. Still there might be a possibility of PST corruption due to oversized PST file. It happens because of plenty of emails in your Outlook profile. These emails have bulky attachments stored with them, which increases the size of PST file. Even if you have deleted your emails, they will be present in "Deleted Emails" folder of Outlook. If you delete emails from this folder then also they are not permanently deleting. Only the headers of emails are deleting, thus marking space of PST file as empty. PST file size does not reduce until you compact your PST file.

Compacting of PST file may also corrupt the PST file if not done properly. Therefore, to get out from situation of huge PST file you have to repair repair corrupt Outlook 2007 PST using Repair Oversized PST utility. This utility takes all data from the corrupt oversized PST file and makes a new PST file with the extracted data. The new PST file can be imported back to Outlook and you will get your complete working Outlook profile with all emails, notes, contacts, RSS feeds, etc. Hence it is proved as best Outlook mailbox repair tool.

Features of this utility are not limited to fix only oversized Outlook PST file, but also it facilitates you to overcome other different problems in Outlook. With the aid of this app, you can repair Outlook data file that is corrupted or damaged due to network failure errors, malware / virus attack, storage device corruption, issues in file header, Outlook crash, send / recieve erorrs and many other factors. You can utilize this program to fix MS outlook data file that is inaccessible with different error messages. PST files that are password protected or encrypted can also be repaired by this tool. It is designed with a simple interface where any user can perform PST file repair operation with great ease and without any need of professionals. This utility can repair PST on Windows 7, Vista, Windows 8, Windows Server 2003 & 2008.

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Follow few steps to repair Outlook 2003 PST file:

Step 1: On main window select an option from "Open PST File", "Find PST File", and "Select Outlook Profile" as shown in Figure A

Figure A: Choose Any Option

Step 2: Select the destination path to save the new PST file and choose one scanning method. Now click on "Repair" to start the repair process as shown in Figure B

Figure B: Start Repair Process

Step 3: You can preview the recovered data after the repair process in Outlook style browser as shown in Figure C

Figure C: Preview Recovered Data

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