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    in reply to: Outlook PST password Recovery..pls help #390926

    Hi,

    If you are working on the older version of Outlook like Outlook 2002 and it’s below, then you can use “pst19upg.exe” which is a free utility provided by Microsoft. But, this utility will work only on ANSI PST File not on UNICODE PST Format. If you are working on the latest version of MS Outlook like Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016, then there is a no free utility to crack the password from PST File. In such a case, you have to go on any third party software. Recently, I forgot my PST password and unfortunately didn’t note it down anywhere. I was worried, and then my friend suggested me PST Password Remover Software. When I installed and run its demo version, it really worked proactive. So, I would like to suggest you this tool on the behalf of my personal experience, if you are using the latest version of MS Outlook.

    For more information,see here: [MOD EDIT COMMERCIAL LINK REMOVED]

    Thanks & Regards
    Paul Hogan

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    carlos
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    in reply to: Why Outlook search doesn’t work properly ! #390925

    Hello,

    You should try to Remove Outlook from Index

    To do so:
    Open MS Outlook >> Click on “File” Tab >> “Options” >> “Search”>> “Indexing Options” >> Click “Modify” >> Deselect “Microsoft Outlook” >> Click “Close” >> Exit Outlook.

    The same thread has been discussed a few days back, to see click here:
    http://knowledgemanagement.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/km-general-l/outlook-wont-search-items-5746855

    Thanks & Regards
    Paul Hogan

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    carlos
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    in reply to: Calendard export problem in Outlook #390924

    Hello,

    You should try these steps to Export Calendar from Outlook to Excel Spreadsheet:

    Click on “File Tab” >> “Option” >> “Advanced” >> Click on “Export” Button >> Select “Export to a file” >> “Microsoft Excel 97-2003” >> Select “Calendar” >> “Browse” your desired location & Click Next.

    Thanks & Regards
    Paul Hogan

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