Today, MS Outlook has emerged as one of the most popular email clients addressing the communication needs of billions of users.
PST files are the repository of MS Outlook as they store all the send, received and created emails, contacts, calendar entries, appointments, etc. Since PST files are stored on the local computer, they become vulnerable to error, damage, and corruption.
To deal with erroneous condition of PST files, a number of way outs are available. In fact, Outlook itself also tries to repair the damage.
Let’s consider a real life scenario wherein when you start Outlook, the following message appears:
“Outlook is attempting to repair your mailbox folders.”
As is clear from the aforementioned message, MS Outlook is trying to repair your damaged and corrupt PST file. Though MS Outlook tries to repair the damaged and corrupt Outlook PST files, many a times it is unable to do so...