Data Recovery

How OST files Can Help in Successful Exchange Data Recovery

If an offline folder file or OST file becomes damaged or corrupt, you could hope to recover all the data by creating a new OST file from the original mailbox stored on the Microsoft Exchange Server. Recovering data from an OST file, if an Exchange server becomes corrupted, on the other hand, is fairly challenging. We will look at how one can simplify this process, especially by using third-party tools. Most Outlook users with email accounts on a Microsoft Exchange Server believe that the...

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How Creating a New OST File Can Resolve Synchronization Issues

While working with offline folder files or OST files, you occasionally face synchronization problems that can only be resolved by creating a new OST file. However, one has to be careful that no data is lost in the process or that one does not end up damaging the information in the Exchange Server mailbox. Our article looks at how to create a new OST file so as to resolve synchronization issues. If you have been using the offline folder feature in Outlook, you would have found it to be a very...

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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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