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Quickly repair damage exchange outlook OST file
« on: 02. July 2019., 11:41:30 »
OST to PST Converter utility that has more than one features that make the conversion reliable. The users also can capable of migrate single as well as more than one OST record into PST document layout along side emails, notes, touch, attachment, undertaking,  journals, and plenty of more and so on. The customers can keep their resultant facts into PST, EML, EMLX, MSG, vCal, vCard, MBOX and HTML for destiny. Apart from it guide cloud-based totally utility Office365 & Live Exchange Server that is an extra characteristic of this software. It backing MS Outlook version as much as 2019. It supports to get higher selective gadgets/ folders from offline database and repair them into several formats including- PST, EML, MSG, HTML and lots of more formats.

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Quickly repair damage exchange outlook OST file
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Re: Quickly repair damage exchange outlook OST file
« Reply #1 on: 02. October 2019., 18:26:43 »
You can recreate the OST file will work only when the outlook account and Exchange server are in perfect sync.

OST files is an offline version of Microsoft Exchange email server files. If it gets deleted somehow, the user can get its fresh copy by downloading it from the server again. The process of recreating the OST file is given below:

Close the Outlook application.
Open Mail from the Control Panel.
It will open a dialogue box named Mail Setup – Outlook. You need to click on Email Accounts.
The newly opened dialogue box Account Settings will have all the Outlook accounts. Click on Data Files, choose the OST file, and then click Open File Location (to go to the location where particular OST file is residing).
Right-click on the OST file and click Delete option to delete the file.
Note: Before deleting the file, close the Account Settings and Mail Setup window; otherwise the system will give an error message.
Start the Outlook application again. It will automatically create a new OST file for the account (downloading all the data from the Exchange server).



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