Deleted Emails Recovery from MS Outlook PST File
Generally, sent and received emails on Outlook are saved in Outlook data file called personal storage table i.e., PST file. The emails that you have received may include both wanted and unwanted mails. In order to avoid corruption to PST file, you need to have a glance at the size of PST file regularly. So, on regular basis, all unwanted emails, journals, and other items should be removed from Outlook. Most of the users, while erasing unwanted emails from Outlook PST file, they delete few important emails by mistake. Later, when they realize about the mistake committed by them, they think of how to recover deleted emails from PST file.
No need to worry, if you have lost or deleted emails from your Outlook PST file. Because, here is an easy and simple solution to recover deleted emails from PST file. You need to rely on some reliable and trusted tool like PST Repair software to restore erased emails from Outlook PST file. It recovers both lost and deleted emails from Outlook within few couple of clicks. You can take the advantage of the other version of this recovery tool which is known as USB Hard Drive Recovery to retrieve data from USB hard drive with great ease. Emails get deleted in several circumstances. So, before going to know more about this tool, let us have a glance at few common scenarios under which emails from PST file gets deleted.
- At times, while erasing useless or unwanted emails using Shift + Delete keys from Outlook PST file, you may delete few important mails.
- Upgrading Outlook application without saving the backup of PST file also cause deletion of emails and other attributes from Outlook.
- Deleting emails from deleted items folder will lead to permanent deletion of emails from PST file.
- Corruption to PST file may also result in deletion of emails from PST file. Usually PST file gets corrupt due to several reasons like improper recovery of PST file, abnormal termination of Outlook, freezing of Outlook, improper up gradation of Outlook App, etc.
Tool to perform deleted emails recovery PST file:
All the above mentioned scenarios can be easily tackled with the help of reliable tool like PST Repair Tool. This software is designed with advanced repairing algorithms, using which it scans and recovers all the deleted emails from Outlook PST file. Along with emails it also recovers other attributes like contacts, journals, notes, tasks, calendar events, RSS feeds, etc. It also repairs corrupt PST file on almost all versions of Outlook such as Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, MS Outlook 2000, etc. This PST Repair software has an ability to retrieve deleted emails from PST file on different versions of Windows OS like Windows 10, Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, Windows server 2003 and 2008, Windows 2000, etc.
Unique characteristics of PST Repair tool:
- Before purchasing the licensed version of the software, you can evaluate the chance of deleted email recovery by using its demo version, which is available for free download.
- This tool provides an advanced option “Find PST File” that helps you to find PST file, if you do not know the exact location of PST file on your computer.
- It scans, repairs PST file and recovers all the deleted emails from Outlook PST file within few couple of clicks.
- After recovering deleted emails, all the recovered emails and other items from PST file can be previewed in the demo version itself.
- If needed, anyone of you can make use of one of the other versions of this tool to recover deleted files from external USB drives like external hard drives, pen drives, thumb drives, memory cards, etc.
Procedure to Recover deleted emails from PST file:
Step 1: Install and launch the demo version of this software on your computer and after launching it, select "Open PST File" option from home screen.
Fig 1: Main Window
Step 2: Now, "Browse" corrupted Outlook data file that you need to repair and click on "Next"
Fig 2: Select Corrupt PST File
Step 3: When the repair operation will be completed successfully, you can see the summary of restored files as shown in figure 3
Fig 3: Recovered Summary