Kernel for PST Split is an intuitive utility to perform PST (Personal Storage Table) file splitting in a fraction of seconds. Its advance algorithms allow users to perform a flawless recovery process and make bulky PST file handling manageable.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Split PST Files 10.03.01 In order to split PST files, users can rely on Kernel for PST split software, which performs the splitting action with accuracy and preserves data integrity of the original PST file.
Description: Kernel for PST Split is meant to eliminate all sorts issues raised with Outlook PST files. With this Split PST file software user can perform easy and accurate PST splitting even if it’s being used over the network or is saved separately. To manage the entire PST data user can rely upon this software and perform PST breaking on the basis of parameters.
The tool will never pose threat to original data formatting and structure, it allow PST Splitting on following points, Split PST file based on date and Split PST file based on Sender's email ID,. Once the process is complete it will create a separate folder, extract and split PST on the basis of user requirements.
Kernel for PST Split is compatible with MS Outlook versions 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2007. Moreover, a free to download evaluation version is also available for PST Split tool, it allow users to explore the functionalities and working. After complete satisfaction purchase for full version can be made immediately.
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