Category: OST to PST

October 3, 2016 OST to PST

Ever migrated OST files to Office 365? Now a cloud-based migration is possible

MS Outlook or MS Exchange Server, be it any of them, but OST file corruption is linked to them. It is not planned but by default the chances of OST file corruption are quite high. The reasons of OST file...

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How to Fix Outlook “Internal Error Code=0000000E” Error Using Free Method

April 29, 2015 OST to PST

Microsoft Outlook relies upon Offline Storage Table (OST) and Personal Storage Table (PST) for storing your complete mailbox data on to the local machine. But if something goes wrong with any of the two core components, Outlook will not function...

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August 26, 2013 OST to PST

How To create and recover damage OST file in outlook 2013

The OST files often show undesirable behavior such as inaccessibility, corruption or synchronization issues with the mailbox of exchange server due to reasons like accidental deletion of user account on Exchange Server, virus intrusion, slow down or crash, power sabotage,...

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OST to PST conversion – The best way to repair and recover OST files data

June 18, 2013 OST to PST

While working with MS Outlook, the worst condition is when user profile gets deleted or altered. There may be many conditions when altering of user profile becomes necessary or gets deleted unintentionally. Offline folder files (OST) files are considered as...

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OST to Outlook

August 9, 2010 OST to PST

How can I convert OST to Outlook? I have lost my EDB file or maybe it is corrupt, coz I am not able to access the contents of my EDB file. Now the only way left for me to get...

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OST file: A boon in situations of Exchange server crash

July 24, 2010 OST to PST

Microsoft Outlook works in co-ordination with Microsoft Exchange Server. Organizations that rely on Microsoft infrastructure implement Microsoft Exchange Server for establishing email communication through Outlook. MS Exchange Server stores users mailboxes in a database file named Exchange Database (.edb) file....

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