ANSI Unicode conversion 2.0 Simply execute ANSI Unicode conversion process and degradation of PST file from Unicode PST (Outlook 2003/2007/2010) to ANSI PST (Outlook XP/2003/2002) with the using Outlook PST conversion tool.
ANSI Unicode 2.0 Convert ANSI to Unicode PST with ANSI Unicode Conversion tool. This tool helps user to convert ANSI Unicode format and open Outlook PST files into Outlook 2003/2007/2010 with ease.
Description: Upgrade ANSI to Unicode PST format with workable ANSI to Unicode conversion tool. This PST Upgrade tool (by SysTools Group) is user friendly interface that simply convert ANSI format to Unicode PST format. You can also degrade Outlook PST or convert Unicode PST files into ANSI PST file format with Outlook PST conversion tool. After using this tool you can easily open Outlook 2002 PST into Outlook 2007 with 20GB storage space. Software helps you to upgrade PST version from ANSI to Unicode and extends the PST size limit from 2GB to 20GB. ANSI poses 2GB limitation on PST and Unicode poses 20GB limitation on PST. You cannot store more than 2GB data in ANSI PST format if you try to store more than 2GB data in ANSI PST file then PST file will become corrupt, at that situation you must be upgrade Outlook PST version. You can download free trial version of PST Upgrade tool, demo version of PST Upgrade converts only first three folders. Buy full licensed version and upgrade unlimited Outlook PST files easily. You can purchase full license version of Outlook PST Upgrade that is available for you only at 49 USD.
2GB PST Upgrade 2.0 2GB PST upgrade towards 20GB is a raising feature with Outlook PST Upgrade tool that helps you to convert Outlook ANSI 2GB PST to Outlook Unicode 20GB PST file format and increase
Increase PST size limit from 2GB to 20GB 2.0 Yes you can easily increase PST size limit from 2GB to 20GB with efficient ANSI Unicode conversion tool. PST Upgrade tool can export old PST file into new Outlook PST file format
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