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Updated On - 08 Apr 2020

Best Practices to Open OLM Files

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With Outlook for Mac version 2011, the OLM file format came into existence as the master container for Mac Outlook data. It can store every data like Emails, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Notes, and the rest. OLM itself sounds out as ‘Outlook for Mac,’ and, the file format is not compatible with any other email client…

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Updated On - 14 Apr 2020

Free Methods to Open PST File Without Outlook

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It happens many times that we want to open and access a PST file but don’t have MS Outlook installed. In this scenario, opening that PST becomes a challenge. Now, you might be thinking that why someone would want to open a PST without Outlook. Well, there are many circumstances where a person might need…

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Updated On - 02 Jan 2020

Free Method to Open EDB File without Exchange Server

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There is a unique format for every application to store its data. Exchange Server uses EDB format to store user mailboxes and public folders. An EDB file contains almost every data of Exchange account like emails, notes, attachments, calendar, contacts, and even deleted items, which make it an important file for them. It is clear…

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Updated On - 04 Jun 2020

Know About OLM File Location in MAC Outlook

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OLM is an abbreviation used for the data file for Outlook for Mac. You can consider it as a counterpart of OST/PST file at Outlook on Windows. It saves the data present in Outlook for Mac like messages, attachments, contacts, calendar entries, notes, etc. when you need to change the Mac device from one to…

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Updated On - 03 Apr 2020

EML Files – Where They are Located and What They are?

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EML files are those types of file formats which have been developed by Microsoft for both, Outlook as well as Outlook Express. An EML file is an archived email which is capable of preserving the original HTML format as well as headers. Most of the email clients support EML files, but in case you do…

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