The 'Inbox' folder in your PST file may become inaccessible due to many reasons, such as over-sized PST file, virus infection, hard disk failure, etc. Perhaps, an over-sized PST file is the most frequent problem faced by all MS Outlook users. MS Outlook 2002 allows a maximum of 2GB size for a PST file. If the file exceeds this limit, it has maximum chances of corruption.
Few most common and important reasons of PST corruption are:
Stellar Repair for Outlook embeds a range of advanced, user-friendly options to make the recovery of emails and other objects in the PST file quite easy and effortless. The software can efficiently >repair PST file to recover emails, calendar entries, notes, contacts, journals, etc. without disturbing the original formatting and other important characteristics of data.
Steps to recover inaccessible PST to save recovered emails as EML files
Updated on 28th September 2018
NOTE: With Professional (Single System) license, you can operate this software for all version of Microsoft Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002 and 2000. Even, you can transfer the license of the software from one PC to another. Users can also save and load scan information for damaged Outlook PST file. Additionally, Users can also save repaired PST file in MSG, RTF, HTML and pdf formats.
There are lots of other more options user can opt for using Stellar Repair for Outlook –Tech Version (Multiple Systems). The User can ‘Split’ and ‘Compact’ their repaired Outlook PST file as well as can save repaired PST file in multiple file formats (Office 365, EML, MSG, RTF, HTML, PDF, DBX, and MBOX formats).