PST Converter tool for Outlook PST files that helps you to convert ANSI PST to Unicode PST and convert PST files into ANSI or Unicode PST file formats. Upgrade Outlook PST version and extends the size limit of PST with PST Upgrade.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
PST Converter to VCF 2.0 PCVITA provide a highly technical PST converter to VCF which provide outstanding quality to convert PST contacts to VCF as yet VCF contacts to PST file format within few easy steps
Description: With the using of advanced PST Converter tool you can convert PST files into ANSI or Unicode PST format without any data loss. PST file converter helps you to convert ANSI PST to Unicode PST as well as Unicode PST to ANSI PST and this tool upgrades the PST version and extends the PST size limit from 2GB to 20GB. Using Microsoft PST converter tool users simply upgrade Microsoft Outlook with all of its email metadata information such as (to, cc, bcc, sent & receive date/time, attachments etc). By using this utility users can converts only healthy files to Microsoft Outlook but users would not be able to convert corrupt PST files (already exceeds 2 GB). Outlook PST conversion tool has ability to convert unlimited PST files at a time which helps you to save your valuable time. Demo version allows you to convert only first 3 folders of PST files. Demo version is available at free of cost. You can purchase full version just at $49 & $129 of personal license and business license respectively.
ANSI to Unicode Converter 2.0 ANSI to Unicode converter for upgrading ANSI PST to Unicode PST file format. PST Upgrade tool can perform both tasks like upgradation of PST file and degradation of PST file
ANSI to Unicode PST 2.0 Convert ANSI to Unicode PST format with the using of ANSI to Unicode conversion tool. PST Upgrade tool helps users to convert Outlook PST files or upgrade Outlook data file into
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