Outlook 2007 message Recovery


B

Ben Ramsay

URGENT HELP NEEDED

Looking for a tool that can extract messages from outlook 2007 files, have
tried
repair but failed
 
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D

DL

Is this the origonal data file, that was working?
Does this mean you cannot open the data file (pst)?
Repair, was this scanpst.exe?
 
B

Ben Ramsay

No, it is a recovered file, yes i can't open it because I can not import it
into outlook 2007 and a repare was attempted using scanpst.exe
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D

DL

You dont import a native pst, you simply open it within Outlook
Recovered: how from where, and why recover?
 
B

Ben Ramsay

My hard drive crashed, suspect file corrupt. Using recover my emails to view
files recovered as outlook does not seem to like them, wondering if there is
a beter program out there that will extract emails from these files.

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G

Gordon

Ben Ramsay said:
My hard drive crashed, suspect file corrupt. Using recover my emails to
view files recovered as outlook does not seem to like them, wondering if
there is a beter program out there that will extract emails from these
files.
When you say "HDD crashed" what exactly happened, and can you still access
it?
 
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B

Ben Ramsay

Hard drive accessible but pst file corupt
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D

DL

There are third party paid for tools that may be able to recover pst files,
just as their are Companies that can recover data from failed drives - much
$ involved
 
D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Any of the apps at http://www.slipstick.com/problems/scanpst.asp should be
able to recover them - they have trials available so you can see if they are
likely to help.

I'm not familiar with a program called recover my emails... did you try
running scanpst on the pst?

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B

Ben Ramsay

Solved using Getdata Recover My Files with a recovery rate of 60% i did have
to pay around $49.00USD for it, but compared to other options it was the
best one
 
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S

Sergey Vasilenkov

URGENT HELP NEEDED

Looking for a tool that can extract messages fromoutlook2007 files, have
tried
repair but failed
You can also try to recover your messages with Easy Mail Recovery
software:

http://www.munsoft.com/EasyMailRecovery/

The program uses original algorithms that assist in the recovery of a
maximum number of messages even if the mail client cannot open the
message database.
 
T

techiee

If you have tried luck with scanpst.exe and still PST file is no
accessible. Then my dear frend you need to look for Outlook Recover
tools. They are available online and ensure successful PST fil
recovery.
I know one Outlook repair software, its Kernel for Outlook. It worke
for me and hope it be the same for you.
Downalod its demo version and see if mails are recovered or not.
www.outlook-recovery.net

Cheers.
 
Z

zorastalin

Easily repair damaged Outlook 2007 PST file using a strong PST Repair tool.This software will deeply scan and fix all critical errors in less time then restore corrupt PST to a new healthy PST format. If PST file is too large and you want to split it into smaller parts so you can do this using thisApp. Software also provide much more facilities to repair corrupted Outlook data.

1- Recover deleted folders and items from corrupt PST file

2- Restore all Data items (Email, task, calendar and contacts etc)

3- Split large PST files into Smaller parts

4- Save recovered emails into EML and MSG files

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