|File Size||2.32 MB|
|Operating System||Windows 10, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP|
DataNumen Outlook Drive Recovery is the savior of your Outlook data. As long as you have stored Outlook data files (.pst files) on your local drives or disks in the past, then for whatever reason you cannot retrieve or access your Outlook data, you can always use this magic tool to recover Outlook e-mails and other objects from the drives or disks for you. For example, if you: 1. Delete the .pst files and then empty the Recycle Bin by mistake. 2. Permanently delete the .pst files by mistake. 3. Format the drive containing the pst files by mistake. 4. Partition the disk by mistake and lost the drive containing the pst files. 5. Cannot read drive or disk containing the pst files due to hardware failure. 6. The drive or disk containing the pst files cannot be started or recognized due to corruption in MBR or partition table. 7. For all above cases, and any other cases when you cannot access the Outlook data stored in your local drives or disks, you can always resort to DataNumen Outlook Drive Recovery. With this magic tool, you can scan the drives and disks, then recover Outlook data from them as much as possible. Main Features: 1. Support Outlook 97 to 2013. 2. Support to recover mail messages, folders, posts, appointments, meeting requests, contacts, distribution lists, tasks, task requests, journals and notes. All properties, such as subject, to, from, cc, bcc, date are recovered. 3. Support to recover mail messages in plain text, RTF and HTML format. 4. Support to recover Outlook data with password protection, both compressible encryption and high encryption(or best encryption) are supported. The Outlook data can be recovered even if you don't have the password. 5. Support to recover Outlook data from any kinds of drives or disks, such as hard disks, flash drives, Zip disks, CDROMs. 6. Support to recover Outlook data from any kinds of file systems, such as FAT, FAT32, NTFS, Linux Ext2, Linux Ext3.