Online Market Welcomes a New Upgraded Outlook 2010 Recovery Tool
Outlook Recovery software has launched its yet another updated version, with an advancement of being capable to resolve error message in Outlook 2010 64 bit corrupted PST files as well.
Florida, United States, August 20, 2012 – PST Recovery ( http://www.pstrecovery.us ) software is the one most users entrust for corrupt PST mailbox recovery. With the launch of the new version of the software, it can also be addressed as an Outlook 2010 Recovery ( http://www.systoolsgroup.com/outlook-recovery.html ) tool. This is because the new version has been upgraded to even resolve error message in Outlook 2010. Earlier the software was fit for all types of corruption issues cropping up in the PST files created from any version of Outlook expect 2010 64 bit one. But now, even this limitation has been eliminated by making the tool capable of 64 bit recovery too.
The head of the helpdesk department, Joseph Cain, says, “We give 24x7 assistance to the users for them to face no problem during the recovery process. My team is highly proactive in responding to users’ queries and gives them highly satisfactory answers. There even happen training sessions for the whole team to make them understand how to give replies to the users with a friendly and pleasant appeal.”
The web content manager, Susan Kaet, says, “Gone are the days when nobody used to read web content. Today is the time when users read online, surf online, and even buy online the required products and good for their needs. True to this fact is the growing popularity amongst users for online software solutions. I always tell my highly knowledgeable team to right flawless and complete-in-detail content for our software web pages. Also, I instruct my team to work in close conjugation with the developers so that we do not miss out on any crucial information to be displayed in our online content.”
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