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Old 03-18-2011, 01:28 AM
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Default Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST repair tools

I finally broke down and bought this repair tool. Quite hefty for a technician license ($333 with discount!), but I felt it was time to invest in it. I rarely get a PST that is that corrupt it needs a crack tool, but dang this thing worked like a charm today. Well, so far anyway. I guess I will find out tomorrow when I go to open it.

Anyone else have the tech license? Or have experience with it?
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Old 03-18-2011, 03:50 AM
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Default Yea I have the normal data recovery licence

There products have been around for a longtime, I would trust pretty much anything that is made by them.

Data Recovery works like a charm!


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Oddly enough I also purchased it this week also.

Had a corrupt PST and this was the only one that worked. Outlook scan the PST on import but it was successful.
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I got the PST repair, file splitter and password recovery tools late last year intending to only use the repair tool on a single job.
I've used all of them several times since and they've worked flawlessly on each occasion where other means had failed.
Being point and click is great because I don't have to be the one doing the pointing and clicking, I can get my offsider or apprentice to do it in my absence and so far, the tools just work.
The sweet part is that a customer gifted me the licenses in a contra deal to get him out of a particularly tight spot on a Sunday.
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I'm glad I bought it and it worked. I love doing these types of file repairs remotely.

I remoted in and tried to fix the pst. FAIL
Moved the 3 gig pst over via LMIR
Got to my machine, FAIL
Got the stellar fix, ran overnight WIN
Remoted in today over her lunch and it will be ready for tomorrow noon.

Sweet Friday.
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I'm glad I bought it and it worked. I love doing these types of file repairs remotely.

I remoted in and tried to fix the pst. FAIL
Moved the 3 gig pst over via LMIR
Got to my machine, FAIL
Got the stellar fix, ran overnight WIN
Remoted in today over her lunch and it will be ready for tomorrow noon.

Sweet Friday.
...starting your weekend with a smile over a saved job well-done, over a beer...priceless.

I'd never heard of this product before so I'm adding a link to the conversation for informational purposes: http://www.stellarinfo.com/outlook-p...e-recovery.htm
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