Outlook 2010 split PST file to reduce the burden to manage the single massive PST file in Outlook 2010. Outlook 2010 split tool can split all the items like emails, tasks, calendars etc. in Outlook 2010 PST files into its segments.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Outlook 2010 split PST tool can split massive PST files into multiple parts. You can reduce the size of your Outlook 2010 PST file and enhance the performance speed of Outlook, just with Outlook 2010 split PST file operation. On the top of it, Outlook 2010 split PST files by date; year and sizes are also available together. Such features make PCVITA Split Magic globally prominent software among its kind.
If Outlook 2010 PST files is ANSI PST file and you are worried that it can corrupt as its size is about to cross 2 GB limit. Then immediately use Outlook 2010 split PST tool to curtail the PST file size. If Outlook 2010 split PST files is your need then our software is the best choice for that. Once you split PST files in Outlook 2010, you can easily make the backup of all the date or items of PST files in Outlook 2010.
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