Convert OST to Unicode Tool professionally Convert ANSI OST to Unicode's and Move Outlook data files to OST Database. Convert each item of Outlook such as emails, contacts, calendar, journals, notes, and retains sender information.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Convert OST to ANSI Outlook personal folder, using this Convert OST to Unicode Tool you can easily convert old PST files into newer version of Outlook PST. You can easily convert ANSI PST format into Unicode PST format and increase the size limit from 2GB to 20GB. ANSI is the old version of Outlook PST exists in Outlook 97 to 2002 and poses 2GB limitation on PST and Unicode is the latest version of Outlook PST exists in Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010 and poses 20GB limitation on PST. Convert OST to PST file size to PST 2003/2007 and 2010 file size. Trial version of this Software is available, you can download free of cost but demo version of this Software offer user friendly Interface. 15 items of each folder. You can convert complete PST file with full version of OST to PST tool license version of PST conversion tool is available only at $99. Convert ANSI OST to PST collection provides you free 24X7 maintain facility.
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