Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery (Pro) enables you to facilely recover deleted or lost emails in MS Outlook and Outlook Express. The tool provides high level of flexibility by allowing recovery of emails in the desired user format and saving the recovered data at a user-specified location.
Follow the steps mentioned below to perform email recovery with Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery (Pro):
Run the software. On the main screen, click 'Email Recovery'. The 'Deleted Email Recovery' section will show up as follows:
Select the email client ('Microsoft Outlook' or 'Outlook Express') corresponding to your email data file.
For MS Outlook
Click 'Select PST' to select the PST file from which you need to recover emails. Click 'Find PST' to search PST files in your system.
Once you select the desired PST, click 'Start Recovery'.
The software scans the selected PST and displays a tree-structured list containing all recoverable mail items in the left pane. You can select any items in this list to see its preview in the main interface.
Select the items you need to recover and click 'Save' at the bottom. A dialog box opens up as shown below:
You can save the mail items into 'PST', 'MSG', or 'EML' format. Select the desired option and a destination path. Click 'OK'.
For Outlook Express
Click 'Select DBX' to select a DBX file for recovery. Click 'Find DBX' to find DBX files in your system, if you do not remember the exact path of the required DBX.
Click 'Start Recovery' to start scanning the selected file.
After completion of the scan, all recoverable data is displayed in the left pane. You can preview any item in your DBX by selecting the same from the bottom-right pane.
Select your DBX file and click 'Save' at the bottom. The software displays the following 'Save File Option' dialog:
Select the desired option, i.e. 'Save as EML' or 'Save as DBX'. Provide the desired destination path and click 'OK'.
Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery Professional saves the recovered file in the chosen format to your specified location in the system.