Award Winning Outlook 2003 Recovery Tool Fit for 64 Bit Recovery

27-Aug-2012 | News-Press Release

Florida, United States, August 25, 2012 – An award winning PST file repair ( ) tool is appreciated and accredited for resolving error in Outlook 2003 or any other Outlook version per se. Apart from Outlook 2003 recovery, this tool is even fit to recover outlook error from any of the program versions; including 64 bit PST files created using the latest Outlook 2010 version too. For your information, the latest version available for this software is 3.4, in which the updation for 64-bit recovery has been done, after which the software has become capable of performing 2010 PST recovery ( ) also.

Joseph Cain, the one who heads the technical helpdesk team of the Company says, “Our support desk always remains flooded with problem queries regarding Outlook PST corruption and also with purchase queries for our software fit for Outlook 2003 recovery. As and when, users approach us with their PST data loss problems, they return with a smile on their faces, because after using our software, almost all users get 99% accurate recovery results using our tool.”

This software has many other features in its feature-basket. First and foremost of these is its capability of complete, thorough & an all-encompassing recovery, wherein, all the mailbox elements & information details get recovered completely – whether it is the Meta data of emails, or the hyperlinks, email attachments, or the Contact Groups, Distribution Lists, or recurrence calendar feeds, or even deleted tasks, emails, calendar etc – everything can be recovered as it is; thereby maintaining complete data integrity and inheriting the properties and folder hierarchy too of the original PST file.

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