Convert PST to Outlook 2007 easily with PST Conversion utility to convert Outlook PST files. PST Upgrade software converts ANSI PST files to Unicode PST files. Now Upgrade from Outlook 2000 to Outlook 2007, which are the latest versions of Outlook.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Why we need to convert PST to Outlook 2007? Outlook is very popular email application. It uses for sending and receiving email messages. But we need to convert PST to Outlook 2007/2003 or 2010 because all these Outlook application uses Unicode PST files and there is a big advantage for Outlook users. Unicode has no storage limit you can store unlimited emails and contacts in Outlook Unicode PST files. But older or newer version of Outlook uses ANSI PST files, ANSI PST files posses 2GB storage capability beyond this limit PST will corrupt. Therefore we need to convert ANSI to Unicode format. PST Upgrade is best PST file converter to Convert ANSI PST to Unicode PST as well as Unicode PST to ANSI PST. SysTools PST Upgrade Software is user-friendly and converts all Outlook items (contacts, messages, notes, tasks, calendars, appointments and journals). It smoothly runs on Windows 98/ME/2000/2003/XP/Vista/7. All email metadata remains intact after PST upgrade; means all information in the email properties like to, cc, bcc, dates and time etc is preserved. You can convert unlimited contacts with full version of SysTools PST Upgrade Software. You can purchase full license version of PST Upgrade only at $49.
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ANSI to Unicode Conversion 2.0 ANSI to Unicode Conversion is the best solution to rid of corruption. Using this simple technique you can easily convert ANSI to Unicode (PST) file format. You can upgrade Outlook
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