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OST Recovery - More info
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John Pedrick
2012-07-11 11:46:41 UTC
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Lepide Exchange Manager performs Exchange OST recovery, OST to PST Conversion and converts available backup of OST files to PST files.
For more information - http://www.osttopstconversion.net
s***@gmail.com
2012-07-12 08:53:44 UTC
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Thanks for your replies.
From what I have read on the OST, an encrypted cookie is stored in the OST
which helps the profile match up with the OST to enable outlook to open it.
If we know the data structure(?), then possibly we can use a hex editor to
replace that area of the ost with the values from the new ost? Just a
thought or am I barking up the wrong tree?
Or
Is it possible to reset the registry entries to enable the OST recovery?
Thanks again.
Sanjay
Kernel for OST to PST conversion is the user-friendly easy to use recovery tool. The tool can recover orphan, corrupt or lost OST files and save them in PST, EML, DBX or MSG format quickly. The tool is meant for everyone, that is, thanks to its interactive screens and easy GUI even a novice computer user can recover his OST files. The tool effectively recovers permanently deleted emails as well. To know more about tool visit http://www.convertosttopst.co.uk/
b***@gmail.com
2014-05-01 07:44:42 UTC
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Now I am using OST to PST conversion tool to convert and OST mails into MS outlook PST file format with complete data attachments. Visit here: http://www.osttopsttool.org and http://www.convertosttopst.org
b***@gmail.com
2014-05-01 07:45:06 UTC
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Best tool to deserve any corruption condition of OST file and I have suggest you a great tool for repair, recover and conversion solution. Visit and try here: http://www.osttopsttool.org and http://www.convertosttopst.org
p***@gmail.com
2014-09-02 10:29:23 UTC
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Thanks for your replies.
From what I have read on the OST, an encrypted cookie is stored in the OST
which helps the profile match up with the OST to enable outlook to open it.
If we know the data structure(?), then possibly we can use a hex editor to
replace that area of the ost with the values from the new ost? Just a
thought or am I barking up the wrong tree?
Or
Is it possible to reset the registry entries to enable the OST recovery?
Thanks again.
Sanjay
The Solution for this query can be found here in this link
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/microsoft.public.exchange.admin/m1_VyTGJBHc/LIhH4UjWMi8J
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