Recovering deleted pst file via advanced outlook data recovery?

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Hi experts, Is advanced outlook data recovery useful for deleted pst file recovery Best regards

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Recovering deleted pst file via advanced outlook data recovery?

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Hello Janetsbraswel,

If you deleted your pst file in your disk, advance pst recovery cannot recover it since it is already deleted. You may recover deleted file in the recycle bin before you can use that recovery utility. Try to restore first the deleted pst then repair it using that recovery tool.

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Recovering deleted pst file via advanced outlook data recovery?

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Outlook files stored in your local hard disk.

Other things are, you still can recover the files in your hard disk if it is in the recycle bin even though you already deleted it (.pst files format of the Microsoft Office outlook) intentionally or by mistake. And another thing to note, to the extreme, you can magically recover the deleted files even if you by mistake emptying your recycle bin or deleted the .pst files permanently. Look below to see the features available in the Advanced Outlook Data Recovery.

  • Supports Microsoft Office Outlook 97, 98, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, and 2010.
  • Supports recovering of mail messages, folders, posts, appointments, meeting requests, contacts, distribution lists, tasks, task requests, journals and notes and all properties like the subject, to cc, bcc, from, date, and others.
  • Supports recovering of email messages in plain text, HTML, and RTF formats.

If you want to get this software or if you want to learn more about this software, you can visit the link Tucows downloads | Advanced Outlook Data Recovery 1.0. if you are in doubt, you can try first the software for free 30 days trial period. The program supports Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows Millennium, Windows 98, and Windows 95. But take note, careful when you access the website, because my Norton Internet Security 2012 sounding alarm that this website has web attack coming from 64.99.128.10, port 80 of the site.

To keep your computer safe, better setup antivirus or firewall before accessing it or you can search for download from other sites.

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