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Kernel for Outlook is a result oriented tool to repair PST that is corrupt, damaged or inaccessible. It repairs and recovers all emails and other emails data from the PST file.
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22% of users liked this software
February 14, 2010
Description from the Publisher
If you need to repair PST file, as it has gone corrupt, then take help of Kernel for Outlook. It is a highly efficient tool to repair corrupt PST file and recover all emails and other items from it. Usually, PST files get corrupt due to virus attack, header structure corruption and 2 GB file size limitation. This repair PST tool effectively deals with all corruption issues and provides the user with complete emails data including emails, contacts, drafts, attachments, journals and notes. To repair PST file, software thoroughly scans it and recovers all emails and folders including deleted emails.
All PST files created with MS Outlook 97, 2000, 2003 and 2007 are effectively repaired with the software. Demo version of the software is also available that can be downloaded for free. The free demo version enables the user to scan the corrupt PST file and view recoverable emails and email folders. With the preview of recovered emails, the user can get an idea about the recovery capability of the repair PST software. In order to save the recovered emails and email folders, purchase of full version is required.
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