Split oversized PST file Users often struggle with the challenges of performance slowdowns, increased risk of data corruption, and complexities in backup and migration while managing oversized PST files. This solution eliminates all these issues and splits all oversized and large-sized PST files into smaller and more manageable files. Users can effortlessly split their PSTs for efficient Outlook data management.
Advanced criteria for PST Splitting Take control of your PST files with this utility that offers unparalleled flexibility. Now, users can choose any advanced criteria such as date, size, folder, and sender's email ID to split their PST files precisely. Whether it's organizing data based on specific parameters or creating separate PST files for selected folders, the tool puts the control in your hands.
Support for all PST files No matter the condition of your PST, be it corrupt or healthy, password-protected, or dealing with storage errors, this utility can handle it all. Navigate through those challenges and perform a smooth PST file splitting regardless of corruption issues, password protection, or errors. Users can now optimize their Outlook data and ensure an efficient email management experience.
Kernel for PST Split tool helps to split PST files in just 3 simple steps:
Effortlessly split PST files with the tool's intelligent features.
Split large PST files Split large-sized PST files into multiple smaller ones to proactively manage your PST files. It helps to prevent performance deterioration in Outlook and safeguards your data from potential corruption.
Multiple splitting options Users have the flexibility to manage their data by choosing from 5 distinct splitting methods: by Date, Size, Folder, Sender's Email ID, and Create separate PST for selected folders.
Folder-specific PST splitting Scan and split large PST files using advanced algorithms that enable users to divide based on folders such as calendars, emails, attachments, etc. This establishes a clear distinction between different folders.
Extract folders to a single file When splitting a PST file, opt to extract selected folders into a single PST file. Choose specific folders and save them into a single PST file post-splitting with precision.
Split password-protected PSTs Safely split password-protected PST files with Kernel for PST Split tool. It protects your valuable data with strong passwords and maintains security during the splitting process.
Split PST by size Utilize the 'Split PST file based on size' option and specify your preferred size in MB, GB, or TB, and the tool will seamlessly divide your files into equal-sized segments while preserving the original hierarchy. Read More
Create PST for every folder Organize your mailbox folders by creating separate PST files for each using the 'Create separate PST file for every selected folder' option. Easily save specific folders like Inbox, task, calendar, or drafts into separate PST files. Read More
Split PST by date Split your PST file based on specific dates or periods by choosing from various date-range options spanning from the last week to three years. You can also manually define a period by specifying start and end dates. Read More
Split PST by sender’s email ID Create a PST file containing emails from specific senders using Kernel for PST Split. This software enables you to split PST files based on the sender's email ID, allowing you to select single or multiple email addresses.
Maintenance of data integrity The software ensures the maintenance of data integrity just like before, even after splitting large PST files into smaller ones. There is no compromise on metadata or properties, including date, subject, time, attachments, etc.
Release Date: Sep 2019
License Type: Home, Corporate & Technician
MS Outlook: Office 365, 2021, 2019, 2016, 2013 (both 32 bit and 64 bit), 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, 98, 97
Hard Disk: 50 MB of disk space
Memory: 512 MB Minimum
Processor: Intel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent
Operating System: Windows 365, 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95, Windows Server 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2003 R2, 2003