Export Outlook Personal Folder (PST) from ANSI to Unicode format. Using SysTools PST Upgrade software you can easily upgrade or degrade Outlook PST files. With the help of this software you can export PST from Outlook to Outlook.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Outlook PST file exporter tool to export Outlook PST files or to export Outlook mailbox into both ANSI and Unicode PST file format. Using this PST file conversion utility, you can easily convert ANSI to Unicode PST file format as well as Unicode to ANSI PST file format. ANSI and Unicode both are Outlook storage folders that contain all Metadata of Outlook including emails, contacts, journals, to do list, appointments and calendars. But ANSI is the older version and Unicode is the newer version of MS Outlook. ANSI format posses 2GB storage capability and Unicode format posses 20GB storage capability. Software easily exports Outlook PST files from ANSI to Unicode. Software is feasible with all Windows version like Win98 to Win7. Free demo version is available free of cost, with the help of trial version you can evaluate the efficiency of software and purchase full version at affordable prices. Full license version is available only at 49 USD.
Convert non Unicode to Unicode 2.0 Non Unicode to Unicode format Conversion easily with efficient ANSI to Unicode conversion (PST Upgrade). Using this tool you can upgrade or Convert non Unicode to Unicode format
How to Convert ANSI to Unicode 2.0 How to convert ANSI to Unicode PST format? You need to try Outlook PST conversion tool for converting ANSI to Unicode PST and Unicode to ANSI PST file format easily. You can
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