Restore corrupt PST file and restoring all mail items to a new PST

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The software performs Outlook PST recovery by scanning your corrupt PST file and restoring all mail items to a new PST. The recovery includes every single piece of information in your Outlook data file, including emails, attachments, contacts, calendar items, journals, and notes.The PST recovery application ensures the recovery of emails that have been accidentally deleted from Inbox as well as Deleted Items folder.You can choose to save specific emails in various file formats according to your requirement, such as MSG, EML, RTF, HTML, and PDF.User can repair PST files larger than 2 GB with this PST repair tool that repairs bulky files efficiently and retrieves all valuable information.

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Tue, 02/11/2014 - 10:44

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You can easily restore deleted or corrupted Outlook PST file by taking help of RecoveryFix for Outlook recovery software which is capable to retrieve the lost data and also makes the inaccessible data accessible yet again. By using this tool, you could be able to view all the recovered files are enlisted in a tree-like structure from where any file can be clicked to display its preview. To know more about the software visit

Advance technology based software Outlook Pst Recovery Tool to resolve corruption related issues and recovers delete, damage and lost PST data into a new healthy PST file. This tool saved the the recovered data into PST, EML, MSG file type.Users can download the free demo version of software to test the utilities for better result.

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