Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST Repair enables you to easily repair corrupt PST files created in MS Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000. The software uses a robust algorithm, which helps you to safely regain all user mailboxes and folders from corrupt/inaccessible PST files. You can repair Mails, Calendars, Contacts, Tasks, Notes, Journals, etc., in their original format. In addition, you have the option to save recovered mail items in different formats like EML, MSG, RTF, HTML, and PDF.
With Stellar Outlook PST repair tool, you can easily fix corrupt Outlook PST file. When you run this software, it automatically displays “Select Outlook Mailbox” dialog box.
However, the “Select Outlook Mailbox” dialog box can also be opened by selecting “Select Outlook Mailbox” in the File menu. This dialog box gives you an option to either select an Outlook file or find an Outlook file if you don't know the location of the PST files to be repaired. In case you know the location of the file, you need to select the file and click “Start” to start the repairing process.
If you don't know the location of the file, then you need to click on “Find Outlook File” button to open the “Find Mailbox” dialog box. You can then specify the drive in which you wish to search for PST files and then click Start to search for files. In this way you can easily fix your corrupt/inaccessible Outlook mails.
The above step will list all the messages of a user mailbox.
However, to narrow the search, the software provides various search options. Using this option you can find and repair a particular message from the PST file. In order to find a message, click on “Find Message” icon in the File Menu.
This will display a "Find Message" dialog box. You can specify different search criteria like To, From, Subject, Select Date Field, and Date. Once you have specified the search criteria, you need to click the “Find Now” button to start the search. This will result in a list of emails that matches the search criteria. You can double-click on an individual mail to open it.
The software also provides you an option to save the selected messages in different formats like EML, MSG, RTF, HTML, and PDF. To save any message from the search result list, simply right-click on it and choose the desired format to save the message at your desired location.
The tool provides five Calendars option to work with. You can click the "Calendar" option from the bottom left of the interface. Using this option, you can list entries for a Day, Work Week, Week, or a Month.
Day: This option lists all the entries on a particular day from the list of the scanned emails.
Work Week: This option lists all the entries about a work week (from Monday to Friday).
Week: This option lists all the entries about a week (from Monday to Sunday).
Month: This option lists all the entries of a particular month.
However, if you want to view all the entries of a particular date, you can select the “Go To” option. These options can also be selected from the software toolbar.
The tool has the capability to recover all the Contacts from the user mailbox. Once the scanning process is complete, you can preview all the contacts of the user mailbox by clicking the “Contacts” option from the bottom left of the interface. You can import the contacts along with the repaired PST file. However, if your contacts are in the Personal Address Book (PAB) format, then you have to import them manually.
You can preview all the Tasks saved by the user in the mailbox. The software provides the “Task” option on the bottom left of the interface. Once you click the “Task” option, the software will list all the tasks along with the subject and due date. This helps in easy search for a particular task. The list also has an option to search for a particular task, either by subject or by due date, if the list is very long.
This option is just below the Events option on the bottom left of the interface. The option lists all the notes saved by the user.
The software allows you to preview the Journals present in the mailbox. You can select the “Journal” option from the interface. This will list all the journals with their subject and due date. You can select and preview any desired journal based on the subject. The list also has an option to search for a particular journal, either by subject or by start date, if the list is very long.
Save repaired file in different file formats
In addition to recover the corrupt files in PST format, the software offers to save specific mails in various other file formats such as MSG, EML, RTF, HTML, and PDF. You can choose the “Save Repaired File” button from “File Menu”, which will open the “Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST Repair” dialog box. Click Browse. You can then browse to the location where you want to save the repaired PST.
This option is only available in the full version of the software.
Import repaired PST file to MS Outlook
Once you have saved the repaired file in the desired format, then you need to import the repaired PST file to Microsoft Outlook in order to use it. Read More
Read EML, MSG, RTF, HTML, and PDF Files
In order to read the saved messages in EML and MSG format you need to install MS Outlook on the system. Whereas, to read RTF, HTML, and PDF files, you need to have WordPad, browser, and PDF reader respectively.
To read an e-mail saved as an EML file you need to navigate to the location where the EML file is saved. Double-click to open the file as a regular e-mail in MS Outlook window.
To read an e-mail saved as a MSG file you need to navigate to the location where the MSG file is saved. Double-click to open the file as a regular e-mail in MS Outlook window.
To read an e-mail saved as an RTF file you need to navigate to the location where RTF file is saved. Double-click to open the file in WordPad.
To read an e-mail saved as an HTML file you need to navigate to the location where the HTML file is saved. Double-click to open the file in your default browser.
To read an e-mail saved as a PDF file you need to navigate to the location where the PDF file is saved. Double-click to open the file in a PDF file reader.