Can I myself solve outlook recovery problem?
My outlook emails are damaged of probably unexpected switch off my computer.
Recovery ToolBox for Outlook can be also used to recover information from Microsoft Exchange ost files and/or convert them into Microsoft Outlook pst files
> reading the corrupted pst file
> identifying and recovering data from this pst file
> saving the recovered data to one or several new .pst files
I would like to recommend you to try RecoveryFix for Outlook software which is capable to retrieve emails, that are permanently deleted from the outlook mailbox and fixes errors of the PST files and fixes errors of the PST files. For more detail visit http://www.recoverytool.org/outlook-pst-recovery.html
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