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I want to export OST data to PST

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I want to export OST data to PST

Postby Johngoehring on Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:38 am

OST to PST Converter Software that is great software that simply fixes OST file errors and recovers OST data into outlook file with original messages formats- TXT, HTML and RTF. This software is remarkable tool which provides you selective emails conversion process in which you can select emails from OST File one by one and can export into three formats – EML, MSG or HTML.Software gives you better features that simply large PST files to small PST file from 1GB to 5GB without any hesitation.The software follows a very simple user interface with look and feel like your regular MS Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, and 2007.

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Re: I want to export OST data to PST

Postby Nancygardner on Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:51 pm

Easily converts objects in an OST file into PST format and exports them to a newly created PST at user-specified location.It is developed with cutting-edge methodology which ensures feasible recovery of inaccessible OST files and exports the whole data into PST file format. This professional tool repair the corrupt OST file and forms it in importable PST file. Use Free Trial Version & See Preview of Convertible Emails.

Download link- http://www.recoverfilesdownload.com/ost ... erter.html
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