Wednesday, 15 April 2015

How to retrieve deleted or lost OST files in outlook 2013 with fews second ?

The latest version of MS Exchange Server or Outlook is 2013. Most of the organizations using this new verion with new features like filter unread messages, shows a preview of message, zoom silder, attachment reminders and more.
Today, email process is very important for communication purpose. Everywhere such as banking sectors, government sectors, financial institutions, IT companies and others are working on MS Exchange Server or MS Outlook Application. Without these applications no one can communicate with each other.

Seldom, our these important files that is OST (Offline Storage Tables) are deleted or lost due to many reasons: Viruses infection, software corruption, etc. But now user wants their precious data in any cost. And everybody has a option for retrieve data by third party utilities or Data Recovery Software.
In current, many organizations providing OST to PST RecoveryApplication. With the help of this application, you can regains lost or deleted OST files and convert into PST (Personal Storage Table) format. Because PST is readable form.
Everyone can get back deleted or lost files in couple of minutes:
- Download and install software on your system.
- Once, software gets installed thereafter start the process of recovery.
- Then recovery tool displays the preview of all lost or deleted OST files.
- Now user has to select those files which is required
- And user provides desired location for restores selected files.
- In last step save all files.

OST to PST Application is made up of many features: It supports all latest version of MS Outlook and Exchange Server, high level of GUI which make it user-friendly, 99% of recovery is possible, recovers all protected files, recover all elements of OST files such as mails, contacts, tasks, calendars, notes, meetings etc.
All the data recovery companies provides Demo Edition for users satisfaction and Animated Video for overview of full process of recovery.

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