Outlook Fix Toolbox, largely improved and now featuring an all-new data recovery engine.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) November 27, 2013
Fix Toolbox, the developer of a wide range of data recovery solutions intended for quick and hassle-free restoration of data from damaged documents of many popular applications, announces the availability of a major update of Outlook Fix Toolbox, the company’s best-selling product intended users who need fast and hassle-free recovery of their data no longer accessible after file corruption incidents of all sorts. http://www.outlookpstfixer.com/
The newest version of the program uses an upgraded data analysis engine offering improved speed and accuracy of recovery. The interface of this Microsoft Outlook fix tool is simple and intuitive, which makes it a good choice for novices and users with no previous data recovery experience of any sort. http://www.outlook.fixtoolboxx.com/
The recovery procedure is based on a convenient step-by-step wizard that directs the user from initial file selection to the final stage at which the recovered data is saved. The program supports PST and OST storage files of any size, healthy and damaged, and recovers data either to a new PST file or a set of MSG/EML/VCF files on the user’s hard drive. http://www.fixtoolboxx.com/products.html
The ability of this Microsoft Outlook fix to recover OST data can be used for quick and convenient OST to PST conversion. The scope of items recovered by Outlook Fix Toolbox spans from messages and attachments to notes, contacts, tasks and other standard Outlook objects. Outlook Fix Toolbox is compatible with all versions of Windows and has very modest system requirements. http://www.fixtoolboxx.com/download.html
“We are really excited about this release, since Outlook Fix Toolbox is by far our most popular product,” explained Boris Bobrov, Head of Development at Fix Toolbox. “Outlook remains the number one email application in the world and our team really hopes to make Outlook Fix Toolbox the number one recovery tool for it. We believe we’ve got all we need for it.”