Kernel for Outlook PST Repair is a simple solution for Outlook data file recovery. It is used to scan and restore PST file items like emails, calendar, attachments, and more. It even restores password protected PST files, and its self-descriptive interface allows easy repair and migration of PST data to various destinations. The tool is designed to fix PST errors and to migrate recovered data to different email servers like Exchange, Domino, and GroupWise. It allows saving to web mails like Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, etc. Migration of PST data to a cloud environment, i.e., Office 365 is also facilitated. It also saves recovered file items in different formats (RTF, EML, HTML, and MSG). The PST recovery tool repairs even large-sized PST files without any issue. Its search option allows finding PST file on a drive, and its Preview option displays recovered file items before saving. It easily recovers accidentally deleted /lost PST emails and highlights them in red. And with its Find function, one can quickly search for emails and recover them. It recovers UNICODE characters as well. While recovering PST file data, it preserves email meta data (From, To, Cc, Bcc, Subject). The tool can split large PST files into small PST files too. The tool has Save/Load Snapshot feature to save the recovery process for future use. Load Snapshot helps in resuming the recovery process later. And the tool generates File Analysis Reports that shows graphical information about recovered items. The report depiction is on the basis of total item types, mail flow density by date or senders, and interaction between users. Kernel for Outlook PST repair trial version saves only 25 items per folder. However, the user can experience almost all the features of the tool using this version for free. The tool has compatibility with all the latest versions of Outlook.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||11.92 MB|
|Operating System||Windows Me Windows XP Windows 10 Windows 98 Windows 8 Windows Vista Windows Server 2008 Windows 2003 Windows 7 Windows 2000 Windows|