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convert free OST to PST tool

There are number of suppliers who ensure that they provide one of the best result. If you are suffering from OST corruption issue, you don’t need to worry because ATS OST to PST Converter is here to help you in every situation. With this tool, you can export single as well as multiple files included with email, notes, contact, attachment, task and many more.

It has lots of features that make it the first choice of users. You can also use it without any technical skills and knowledge because it is easy to operate for everyone. The users will be able to see the recovered mailbox preview before completing the conversion task.

Through the assistance of this tool you can export the data into PST, EML, EMLX, MSG, vCal, vCard, MBOX and HTML file formats. This tool has splitting features that easily break large file into many small files according to your need. It also support MS Outlook version up to 2019.

As per your wish you can also choose its additional feature cloud-based application Office365 & live Exchange Server to store the data for future. To evaluate the working performance convert 30 emails per folder free of cost.


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Method 1: Import/ Export Method
Launch the MS Outlook program on your system.

Go to the File tab.

Select the Import/Export option.

Click on Export to a file

Hit the Next button

Now select Personal file folder (.pst)

Click on the Next button.

Go to parent root and click on Include Subfolders.

Browse to define the path to the resultant file.

Method 2: Drag and Drop
Users here need to create a new PST file and then select all the OST mailbox data that they want to export to Outlook PST and drag and drop them in the newly created PST file.

Open MS Outlook program.

Create a new PST file in the Outlook.

Select all the OST mailbox data to convert them to PST file format and then copy and paste all of them in the newly created PST file.

I hope both these methods will be helpful!

Mark Wilson

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