PST converter easily convert Outlook PST 2GB to 2GB or extends PST file Size (2 GB to 20 GB). Using Outlook XP PST Upgrade tool you can change PST 2002 file size to PST 2003 file size limit and degrade Outlook PST files.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Convert Outlook PST 2GB to 20GB – Change PST 2002 file size to PST 2003 file size by eminent SysTools PST Upgrade Software. You can easily upgrade Outlook 2002 to Outlook 2003/2007 and 2010 with this ANSI to Unicode conversion tool. If your PST files cross final limit i.e.2 GB the chance of PST corruption will be occur and you cannot extends more than 2 GB space. But Unicode is the advance version of Outlook which has 20 GB limitations of PST files you can extends your PST file 18 GB more with the help of Outlook PST Upgrade Software. PST Converter tool upgrades your outlook version and increases the limit of your PST storage. Software converts ANSI PST file to Unicode PST file. By using this tool you can successfully upgrade all PST files of Outlook 2000/2002/XP into Outlook 2003/2007. Outlook XP PST upgrade software helps you to convert your lowest version of PST to latest version of PST file. ANSI to Unicode conversion tool can convert ANSI PST file to Unicode PST file and it also migrate Unicode PST file to ANSI PST file. Also try demo version of Outlook PST Upgrade tool (it converts only first three folders from MS Outlook PST file). To convert all PST files get full activation key of PST Upgrade Software easily and quickly at affordable price at $49.
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
Convert 2GB PST into 20GB PST 2.0 Convert 2GB PST into 20GB PST with the help of Outlook PST file converter. Convert Outlook PST from ANSI to Unicode PST and extend PST size limit from 2GB to 20GB easily with PST
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