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“After upgrading from Outlook 2010 to 2016, I wanted to merge my previous PST files with the new one so that I can keep the data at one place. But, I couldn’t find any feasible solution for it, then I get to know about Kernel Merge PST, and my problem was solved just in seconds.”
“Being an Outlook administrator, I have to use multiple email accounts. And sometimes, it becomes impossible to keep track of data. So, I used the Kernel Merge PST to merge all my PST files. The “Join PST” option allowed me to merge multiple PST files while keeping separate folders.”
The PST Merging tool from Kernel can smoothly merge two or more PST files into one single PST file without any data loss or interruption.
Kernel Merge PST gives you two options to merge PST files. With the “Merge” option, you can merge data into a single PST file, whereas with the “Join” option, you can merge data in a single PST file while keeping separate folders.
This tool gives you the freedom to merge only selected folders of PST files. Just uncheck the folders that you do want to merge with another PST.
With Kernel Merge PST, you can merge every item of a PST file, including emails, contacts, calendar, tasks, etc.
With advanced filters of Kernel Merge PST, you can merge specific items of a PST file, such as Emails, Tasks, Calendar, Contacts, etc. Also, you can merge data between a particular period.
This software support PST file of every MS Outlook version, including Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, etc.
PST is the short form of Personal Storage Table, which is an MS Outlook file format that stores a user’s data for POP3, IMAP, and web-based email accounts. All versions of MS Outlook use PST files. However, in earlier versions (Outlook 2000 and 2002), the PST file was stored in ANSI format with a file size limit of 2GB. In later versions, it is stored in UNICODE format with maximum file size of 20GB or 50GB.
The default location of PST file in Windows Vista and earlier operating system and Outlook 2007 is:
In latest Windows operating systems and for Outlook 2010, the default location is:
Kernel Merge PST can fulfill the following needs: