How to Open PST Files without Outlook

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If the Outlook PST files causing trouble in opening or viewing, then there are very many chances of PST file corruption or it may be due to something else. If those PST files are corrupted or inaccessible than user won’t able to view Emails, Calendars, Contacts, Notes, Tasks and Journal entries etc., and  if those PST files are important to user then he might be having a thought of  repairing them but before going to repair them I would like to ask a question “Do you like to have a solution to view or read those PST ?” of course anyone wants that, you just need to download PST viewer from the internet.

Generally, in those scenarios some question haunts to the user like- are there any PST viewer? if there are PST viewer, do these are free PST file Viewer? and if they are free, do they open PST file without Outlook?

And the answer to these questions is YES, there is a free PST viewer tool that does not gonna cost you a single penny and you can open PST file without Outlook. But before going to use that tool won’t you want to know what causes the trouble in opening PST files. See there are multiple reasons that I could count on for example:-

  • The improper termination of Outlook Application.
  • The oversized PST data file.
  • Incorrect file format or virus contained file folders.
  • The Bad Sectors of your hard drive.
  • The inappropriate power supply.

If you avoid doing above mention bullets then you will never be going to face these type of problem.

As we are discussing the solution for opening and viewing the PST files and I suggest to download the PST viewer, user can have it at free of cost and it is very much use full when user don’t have MS Outlook in his/her system, it will help to open, view or read the PST files. It can open Outlook data file, it doesn’t matter if that is in ANSI file format or in UNICODE file format.

The above-mentioned tool has three different modes of operations to repair the corrupted PST file, and these modes are standard for minor corruption, advanced for moderate corruption and deep for severe corruption. This tool helps to convert all or selected PST file into a new HTML file format. PST viewer generates a log file in order to keep a recode of how many numbers of PST file open and the number of files that were corrupted etc.

If someone is using this tool that he/she doesn’t need to worry about alignment issues because this tool successfully handles the alignment errors and fix them. And it will automatically display the file information of selected PST files in the window. By using this tool one can convert the PST file into HTML file formats.

If you are facing the same type of problems with your Outlook OST file or DBX file that can use the OST Viewer and DBX Viewer. These both tools are also free of cost and user won’t need the prior installation of MS Outlook, User can open, view and read their file using these tools.

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