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NormanDuncan
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OST File to PST file?

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I only have the. OST file and no more. PST file for Outlook 2007. Can you please tell me some easy to use and reliable instructions and tools OST to PST converters?

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@NormanDuncan

 

Welcome to HP Support Forum. Outlook xxxx is a product from Microsoft. There are many forums talking about converting OST to PST but you need to download a software (free and not free). Please use official way from Microsoft:

 

    https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Open-or-import-items-from-an-offline-Outlook-Data-File-ost-...

 

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You can try third party tool. I hope this will help for you. http://www.osttopst.filefixutility.com/

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If you are looking for OST to PST then download this software, this Software will help you to Convert your OST to PST file format.Get more info here:- http://www.osttopstapp.com

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Thanks for the advice) I tried, but it didn't help. maybe something else you can try?

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OST files are nothing else than a local cache of your exchange mailbox, and in normal cases they shouldn't be needed, as you are usually online and connected to the exchange server anyway where your data is stored. There should be no need to convert an OST file to a PST file.

If you really do want a PST file, then change the connection to your exchange server within outlook. Use the POP connection to the server and you'll get a pst file, your mails will be downloaded from the exchange server. But with POP you won't have all the advantages you get with exchange, like the groupware functions.

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But if you no longer have access to the exchange server In that case you need a third party tool like Outlook Recovery Toolbox for example. I have used this utility very successfully several times. You can find more info how to open an ost file on the web site. Or you also can find many in Google search. https://www.oemailrecovery.com/osttopst.html

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Hi, Thank you all for your time and great help. I really appreciate your feedback and I am very thankful for your time and support.

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I really very surprised to come to know about the performance of OST to PST conversion Software. This OST to PST converter worked really very nice and smoothly for Recover and convert OST file into PST File. It facilitates its user trial free version.

 

More details:   http://www.bulkecommerce.com/store/ats-ost-to-pst-converter-software-159.html

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You can use this free Convert OST file to PST file software, this software will help you to convert emails from OST to PST file format. This is a free tool to convert your all emails from OST to PST.

Visit here:- https://www.mailsclick.com/convert-ost-file/

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