Outlook Data Recovery

Is It OK to Disassemble a Failed Hard Drive and Fix It by Yourself?

Many users may want to disassemble a hard drive when they find it failing. Yet, is it right to open a broken hard drive and fix it by yourself? Will it cause further damage to the drive? This article will discuss about this question in depth. When a hard drive fails, you may discover many symptoms. For example, any files may become damaged or inaccessible like corrupt Outlook file, or your computer works strangely slowly, or you hears any clicking noises from the hard drive, or the drive...

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How to Quickly Export Part of an Outlook Email as a PDF File

If you want to export part of an Outlook email, instead of the entire email, as a PDF file, you can read this article. Here we’ll guide you to achieve it with a VBA code. From my previous articles - “How to Save an Outlook Email as a PDF File” and “How to Quickly Export Multiple Outlook Emails as a Single PDF File”, you could learn ways to export the entire email as PDF file. Nevertheless, at times, what you want is to export the part of an email as a PDF file. At that point, you...

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How to Quickly Copy All Embedded URLs from One Outlook Email to Another

At times, you may want to copy all the embedded URLs, namely webpage links, in an email to a new email. In this case, you can use the approach introduced in this post. If you receive an email which is embedded with a great number of website links involving an important project, you may want to forward these URLs to someone else. It’s so troublesome that you copy the URLs to a new email manually. Here is a quick method to realize it with VBA. To run VBA code in Outlook, you can refer to...

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