Convert .PST files – You can save your PST file from corruption with the help of PST Upgrade tool as this tool extend the PST size limit from 2GB to 20GB. Convert old PST to new PST and use latest features of Microsoft Outlook.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: You can convert .PST file and convert PST version into ANSI or Unicode PST file format with most skilful and efficient manner by ANSI to Unicode PST conversion utility. Microsoft PST converter allows users to convert earlier version PST files into newer version PST files in other words you can convert old PST to new PST format with ease. Outlook poses PST files for all metadata but old version of Outlook (Outlook 97, 2000, 2002) contains ANSI PST files and ANSI is the old version of PST, 2GB storage space is available in ANSI PST beyond this limit PST file get corrupts. PST file conversion software is able to upgrade your PST files as well as it also work as a PST degrade tool which converts Unicode PST to ANSI PST. With the help of this utility users can easily convert PST to PST 2003 format but users would not be able to convert corrupt PST file which already exceeds 2GB. So, avoid corruption you must try our SysTools PST Upgrade software that simply import .PST to Outlook latest version and upgrade your PST storage. Demo version (limited features) is available at free of cost. Try it to free and evaluate its working efficiency. If it gives you better result than purchase full version of this program just at $49 (personal license) and $129 (business license).
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