Recovery Toolbox for Outlook, the company’s award-winning Outlook PST recovery tool.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) February 18, 2014
Recovery Toolbox, an expert in data recovery technologies and the author of a growing family of products for quick on-the-spot recovery of files of various formats, announces the availability of a major release of Recovery Toolbox for Outlook. This powerful Outlook PST recovery tool was designed with ease of use in mind and features an interface simple and intuitive enough to be used by people with no previous data recovery experience. http://www.outlook.recoverytoolbox.com/
The UI is based on the concept of a step-by-step wizard that dramatically facilitates the recovery process and transforms it into a sequence of confirmation clicks and simple choices. The program scans damaged PST files, identifies recoverable items, extracts them and offers the user two options: saving to a new PST file or a set of EML/MSG/VCF/TXT files on the hard drive for further importing, archiving or processing. http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/
The program also supports OST storage files and can be used as a fast and efficient OST to PST converter. For extra convenience, this Outlook PST recovery tool can save data to a number of PST of a fixed size. Prior to starting the recovery process, users can browse the recoverable content of the damaged file and select particular items for recovery. The program saves users’ time and money by enabling them to recover data on their own immediately after a crash, thus minimizing the downtime and recovery costs. http://www.outlook.recoverytoolbox.com/email_recovery_pst.html
“We are excited to present the new Recovery Toolbox for Outlook, a product that has always been on the top 5 list of our best-selling products,” commented Victor Bobrov, Head of Sales at Recovery Toolbox. “The technologies used in the current version of this Outlook PST recovery tool are truly amazing, and we really hope that our customers will appreciate the speed- and quality-wise improvements offered by this release.”