One Can Download OST to PST Migration 3.2 Free Demo Version to P
Posted by michalyardi on August 16 2011 04:33:24
In any enterprise or institution or business house running with Microsoft Server-based Outlook-Exchange email environment, the users over the network often come in the need to transfer their messages, Address Book contacts, calendar files, notes, appointments, to-do lists, tasks, journals etc from Exchange OST file to PST file to be accessed with an standard version of MS Outlook application. This conversion from OST file to PST file is not simply a matter of a simple email export/import operation, because the two (Exchange Server and Outlook client) do not use similar types of files for storing the mailbox information; in Outlook with Exchange Server, OST file is formed and with Outlook as standalone, PST file is created. Therefore, it becomes necessary for the users to convert the Exchange database files saved with OST extension to files with PST as the extension, which are used with MS Outlook.
OST to PST Migration Tool: One can perform this required OST to PST migration with the help of some genuine external solution like the OST Recovery software. This is a software solution that works both, with a corrupted OST file and also with a healthy undamaged OST file. This software actually performs the recovery of OST data via OST to PST migration process.
Demo Version to Probe Product Proficiency: OST Recovery software also comes with a free-to-try demonstration version, which is intended to acquaint the users with the tool allowing them to test it free of cost.
Download OST to PST Migration 3.2 Free: Below mentioned are the steps to download the demo version of OST Recovery software version 3.2:
•Visit the website http://www.convertost.org/
•You will see a green button, “Start Download Now”
•A small ‘Save File’ window will pop up
•Click ‘Save File’
•Navigate the location where the software set up is saved
•Double click on systools-ost-recovery.exe
•Setup window appears
•Check ‘I accept the agreement’
•Default location where software will be installed appears. Click ‘Browse’ to select any other location
•Default location of the folder where the program’s shortcuts will be saved appears. Click ‘Browse’ if you want to select any other location
•Creating a desktop icon and quick launch icon are optional choices. Select if required
•Installation progress will be visible
•Finally, click ‘Finish’