Cut PST size to your desired amount is now possible with our cut PST tool that can cut PST 2 GB size into smaller parts without any data loss. With PST Cutter tool of PCVITA, you can cut PST file size of 2 GB or more that 2 GB into separate parts.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Cut PST file and reduce the size of PST files that are of 2 GB or more than this. Basically, the PST files can never controlled from increasing as every time you work on Outlook it grows but what you can do is cut PST size into lesser size with PST cutter software. As deleting and creating space every time is not possible so as an excellent alternative you can cut PST file into parts and manage them separately that makes you easy to create a backup of all your emails, contacts and other Outlook items.
You can also create separate PST file for different time periods. For e.g. if you want to separate your emails of particular dates then our PST cutter software will create a separate all the emails in that particular PST files into single PST file and save the remaining emails in other PST file. Similarly, if you want to separate the PST emails or data for four years then Cut PST tool will cut the emails of those years into one PST and create a separate PST files for all the other emails of remaining year. In this way the Cut PST tool allows following options to cut 2GB PST:
* Cut PST File by Date
* Cut PST file by Size
* Cut PST file by Year.
We are providing you a free demo version to check out the working of this software and to get the full fledged version. Order PST cutter tool online to install in your machine by paying $49 only! For your anytime queries, get 24x7 technical support instantly.
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