MS Outlook profile contains specific information about your email account. These Outlook profiles act as a container for various Outlook settings and configurations. All your Outlook data from each profile will be saved in separate Outlook data file. Also, it is possible to create any number of Outlook profiles and each profile will manage the data on individual mail accounts.
But, there are certain situations where you may come across some error messages while accessing your Outlook profile. The error messages occur due to various reasons, but one of the main reasons for the error messages is PST file corruption. So, what are the reasons for PST file corruption?
- If the PST file size exceeds more than its size limit then it becomes oversized thus resulting in corruption
- Improper up-gradation of Outlook application
- Using un-trusted tools to import / export Outlook data
- Improper synchronization of Outlook with exchange server might result in error messages while tying to access it and in turn leads to PST corruption
- Sudden termination of MS Outlook while performing processes
- Microsoft Outlook application crash
In all the above such situations, fixing the corrupt PST file is of utmost importance to regain access to your Outlook profile. Hence, Microsoft provides in-built Outlook repair tool called ScanPST to fix PST file issues. While performing repair process, this tool scans your PST file to identify the issue and tries to fix it. But, the tool works on original PST file which is corrupt, in case if it fails to fix the problems then the PST file may get modified further thus reduces the chances of recovery. Besides, this ScanPST has to be run several times until it says there are no more errors in the PST file. Even after repeatedly running scnpst.exe for several times at certain scenarios it may fail to fix the issue.
Then, what’s next? How to fix Outlook profile?
When ScanPST cannot fix your Outlook profile, fret not; you can get back data from your Outlook profile by making use of Remo Repair Outlook (PST). This application is read-only tool hence it repairs Outlook data files without altering the original PST file. During repair process, this utility first reads and extracts data from the original file without damaging it and then fixes the issues accordingly by creating new healthy PST file thereby ensuring the safety of your original PST file.
Apart from fixing Outlook profile, this application restores emails from deleted items folder along with all the other Outlook attributes like contacts, journals, tasks, RSS feeds, reminders, notes, calendar items, etc. from Outlook profile. Also, repairs Outlook PST files which gets corrupt when it exceeds the size limit for the particular Outlook version. The simple and user-friendly GUI of the tool helps you on how to repair Microsoft Outlook profile without any difficulty. Once the process gets completed you can view all your Outlook attributes with the help of Preview option.
Why Remo Repair Outlook (PST) tool?
- Helps in fixing password protected and compressed PST files in few mouse clicks
- For easy importing, this application saves repaired PST file in 2003-2013 version
- Compatible on various versions of Windows operating system including Windows 10
- Provides you two options to scan your PST file, one is Smart Scan, with which you can perform complete PST scan and fix the issues of PST file; wherein Normal Scan could not provide complete recovery results.
- Assist you in fixing Microsoft Outlook working offline problem
- On completion of PST file repair process, you can view the repaired results with the help of Preview option before saving them to any desired location
Remo Repair Outlook (PST) tool can be used when you get following error messages:
- “Sending reported error (0x8004010F): Outlook data file cannot be accessed.”
- “Cannot open your default email folders. The information stored could not be opened”
- “Outlook data file cannot be accessed”, “Cannot send this item”
- “The operation failed. An object could not be found”
- “Errors have been detected in the <path to pst-file>.”