PST merge is activity to merge PST files in Outlook in order to minimize the number of PST files in your machine. This causes to slow down system speed and makes the search complicated. This PST merger can do split and merge PST file.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
PST Merge Software 2.0 PST merge software is an elementary PST merge tool that will merge two PST files or merge multiple PST files into single PST file. With this PST merge utility, you can merge PST files without think of how to merge PST files in Outlook 2010/2007/2003.
Description: PST merge helps you to merge PST files together so that you can keep all your emails or other items in one PST file. This will reduce the burden of searching together with improving the system speed to manifold. This PST merger can merge multiple PST files of any size with each other, so that you can easily manage all you PST files effortlessly. The most attractive point of this PST merge tool is that it is a combine package of two big processes one is to merge PST files and other is to split PST files all under one cover.
You are allowed to both split and merge PST files with utmost accuracy. Together to this, PST merger can merge all the Outlook items including (calendars, emails, tasks, journals etc). Most prominent feature of this PST merger is that by default our PST merge tool can both split and merge PST file altogether. But can also used to specifically split or merge PST files to create and combine PST files.
This dual purpose tool contains cheat sheets that you can refer to understand how to merge PST files as well as split PST files in Outlook. We also provide you 24x7 round the hour support to assist you and to get a practical overview of this PST merge software that can accomplish both split and merge PST file operations. You can download it online for free. To get the complete practical version order it now on paying just $109 by your side.
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