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Recover or convert damaged OST file in Outlook 2016

Before starting the write-up, let me clear one thing, there is no possible way available manually to recover and convert damaged OST files. However, one can make it a cakewalk with third-party tools such as Shoviv OST to PST converter. Shoviv OST to PST converter is an automated tool specially developed to fulfill the professionals’ needs and ease the OST recovery process. Some of its highlighted features go as follows: 1. You can recover Outlook OST file from any version; Outlook 2003-2019. 2. There is no bar on adding several OST files in a single process. Also, OST files can be of any size. 3. If required to exclude unwanted items from OST files, it has a filter option on the message class and date range basis. 4. The software comes with an advanced incremental export option that filters out duplicate emails and comes in handy to resume the interrupted process. There are a few other features in the tool that you can utilize by using its free version. Below I’ve described the step-by-step process. Before going through the process, install the free OST to PST converter and get a better idea about the software. • Start with installing and opening the tool. • Then click on Add OST option and add OST files for recovery and conversion. • Once OST files are added, click Outlook PST from the ribbon bar and check/uncheck OST folders in the following wizard. • Now browse a directory to store resultant PST files. You are also enabled to set the password and file size for PST. • At last, navigate through the filter and advanced options and click next. Now the software will convert your OST files into PST format. So it is the process to recover and convert damaged OST files of any Outlook version and in any Windows Operating System. Related blogs: Microsoft OST to PST Converter Repair OST file OST Recovery tool Import OST file into Outlook we couldn't create the outlook data file error 0x80070021

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