Ability of PST file doctor on Microsoft Outlook PST files recovery

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What types and events of file corruption can a pst file doctor be able to recover and which are the most common algorithms that are used to recover ost files in Microsoft Outlook?

 
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Ability of PST file doctor on Microsoft Outlook PST files recovery

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Proven and tested on how to recover your OST file. First step is to start the program select the corrupted OST file that are corrupted. File can be located on HDD in the local network. Wait until it scans the internal file and choose the best OST algorithm. Preview the OST that can be recovered.

Then wait until the recovery process has been finished and save the data (save it to desktop). Other option is using Advance Exchange Recovery. Start Advance Exchange Recovery make sure to close all the applications and Microsoft Outlook. Select the file that is needed to be recovered.

Save the recovered file PST format so that a format can be read by Microsoft outlook. By default file name is xxxx_recovered.pst. XXXX is the name of OST file you can use other name if you want to. Click start recovery to start scanning after the process you will see an information box indicating that a task is successfully done. You can now recover the OST file from Microsoft Outlook.

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Ability of PST file doctor on Microsoft Outlook PST files recovery

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There are lots of PST file repair software are around, offering you services of repairing some basic functionalities to recovering completely corrupt PST. If you like check these PST recovery tools out they seem to be offering lots of stuff but you got to know what you need and buy before.

I can't be sure of what algorithms the recovery programs use, they seem to offer a very level of algorithms and techniques but have never found any references to what they actually use to do it. The developer seems to be very zealous to hide real references to them, but if you know you encryption and security stuff you can do some guess about it.

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