Re: How to repair corrupt PST file

Discussion in 'Outlook Calendar' started by jonny333, Dec 29, 2011.

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    jonny333 Guest

    renoldrich;350974 Wrote:
    > I am using Outlook 2007. My .pst file is less than 1G, and it i
    > corrupted. As the title says, scanpst.exe fails to repair it.
    > every time it gives with Fatal Error: 80040818.
    >
    > is there any way to recover my Outlook data?


    Hi,

    Suppose scanpst.exe tool fails to repair corrupted PST file and gives a
    error message saying that 'Inbox Repair Tool not responding
    (http://www.inbox-repair-tool.org/not-responding.html) and stops th
    process in middle. But don't worry you can recover Outlook data afte
    getting error message by making use of corrupt PST file repair tool.

    I have used this tool to recover my Outlook emails when PST file ha
    corrupted and scanpst.exe fails to fix the issue. 'Download
    (http://www.remosoftware.com/remo-repair-outlook.exe) demo version o
    this tool and you can verify whether this tool accurately recover
    Outlook data or not


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    jonny333, Dec 29, 2011
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    Personal Storage Table (PST) files are the storage house of all the data stored in MS Outlook. However, at times these PST files may get damaged making the entire Outlook data inaccessible. This can leave the user in severe data loss situation. However, the situation can be easily dealt by using Kernel for PST recovery. It is one such advanced tool that is specifically devised to perform PST recovery for corrupt, damaged or broken PST files. Kernel for PST recovery makes the recovery process smooth and flawless!
     
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