How can you help yourself if the OST inaccessibility issues occur at the time of Exchange downtime, crash or maintenance? It may take a few weeks to re-establish the Exchange connectivity after such events. You can access your inaccessible OST files using MS Outlook, if you convert them to Outlook Data Files (PST).
OST to PST Converter is professional software for the conversion of OST files to PST. After the conversion, users can access all the OST items - emails, attachments, journals, notes, drafts, contacts, calendars, etc. using MS Outlook application.
It scans the corrupt OST file to the recover its items accurately. After the scanning, the recovered items are displayed for a preview in their hierarchical order before saving them in a PST file. The software automatically creates a new Outlook profile and saves your email messages in it.
A major reason for the inaccessibility of OST file is the deletion of the Exchange account. Also, OST files can become corrupt or damaged due to various reasons such as:
It can be used in all these situations of OST inaccessibility.
Before purchasing, you will be curious to know whether this tool can fix the OST inaccessibility issues effectively. Now, you can check it yourself. For this, download the free evaluation version of the tool, after checking the minimum system requirements.
The trail version of the software can recover and display the items for a preview. If you can preview the item, you can be sure of the recovery of the item. If you are happy with the outcome of the trial recovery, purchase the full version of OST to PST Converter to avail the fully functional saving facility.
Offline Outlook Data File (OST) is that what facilitates offline working in MS Outlook. You can work on MS Outlook even when there is no Exchange connectivity. When the Exchange connectivity is re-established, your OST files are synchronized with Exchange Server.
There is no need to backup these files as they are just a replica of Exchange mailboxes. In case of corruption or damage, OST files can easily be created from Exchange mailboxes. Only thing is that there should be Exchange connectivity.