Updated On - 20 Jan 2022

Two Free Methods to Convert OST to PST File

OST to PST

Microsoft Outlook, in the offline (Cached Exchange) mode, saves all the Exchange mailbox data in a local file named OST file. The changes made by the user in the offline mode are later updated to the server mailbox when the Exchange connection is re-established. As the OST file resides on the user’s computer, it is…

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Updated On - 24 Mar 2021

The evolution of Kernel for OST to PST Converter – a brief timeline

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When businesses struggle to reestablish their email communication after Exchange crashes and EDB corruption, Kernel for OST to PST Converter is there to help them restore individual mailboxes from offline Outlook Data Files. Since its inception a decade back, it has helped many Exchange organizations in restoring their email communication after Exchange disasters. Let’s rewind…

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Updated On - 12 Jan 2022

5 Valid Reasons to Avoid Manual Method to Convert OST to PST

OST to PST

An OST file (offline Outlook Data File) is a copy of the Exchange user mailbox. It makes offline working possible for Outlook users. However, these OST files are vulnerable to many issues. So, many administrators and end users are eager to convert OST files to PST format. When the Outlook is connected to the Exchange,…

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Updated On - 30 Nov 2021

How can you Change the Location of OST File in Outlook?

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Offline Outlook Data File (OST) in Outlook facilitates offline working with Exchange and IMAP accounts. Depending on the version of Outlook and Windows, these files are saved in a pre-defined location. When you configure a new Exchange/IMAP profile in Outlook, an OST file is created in this default location. OST files are profile-specific and cannot…

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Updated On - 08 Sep 2021

Step by Step procedure to import OST emails to Office 365

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With the introduction of Exchange Online, users get the advanced features of Exchange Server without actually having an on-premises Exchange Server in their organization. The Exchange Online is available with the Microsoft 365 subscription plans of Business and Enterprise Editions. You can purchase it as a standalone application, but with Microsoft 365, it is integrated…

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