Exchange OST File Recovery

Ensuring that Cached Mode Works Well in Outlook

With the introduction of the Cached Exchange Mode in Outlook 2003, Microsoft Outlook has now made it much easier for users to work offline and without the fear of interruptions. However, it can consume a large amount of system resources and to ensure that the entire network operates smoothly, there are some considerations to bear in mind. The Cached Exchange Mode available in Outlook 2003, 2007 and 2010 is an improved version of the offline folders feature in Outlook but a whole lot easier...

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Effectively Managing the Size of Your Mailbox

As the size of the Outlook mailbox continues to grow, you will notice a definite degradation in the performance of Outlook. This could be because the application takes time in accessing items from a large file or because there is some gradual corruption that is taking place in the OST file. By managing the size of the mailbox, you can make Outlook work more efficiently and avoid corruption in the OST file. You cannot prevent your Microsoft Outlook from continuously growing in size as you...

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Advantages of compacting large OST files

As you have continued to use Microsoft Outlook for managing mails, tasks, contacts, etc., you would have moved them to various folders and also deleted unwanted items as and when you decided you no longer need them. At some point, you may be warned that your OST file is getting too large and that you need to create some space on your hard disk so that you do not face OST corruption problems. You review all the items that you have stored and delete a few more unnecessary items. To your surprise...

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