Inbox Repair Tool for Outlook – What to Search For in a PST Recovery Software

April 1, 2018


Many of us find emails to be essential components of our everyday lives. We use emails to correspond with friends, family and loved ones. We use emails for work and businesses. Whether for personal or professional use, emailing and email applications such as the MS Outlook have become essential parts of our lives. Despite this huge dependence and need for emails, it is also quite common for us to experience problems with the email files in PST format. When such files get corrupted, we need to have an inbox repair tool that we can rely on.

To be able to find a reliable inbox repair tool or recovery software, follow these tips:

1. Get a PST recovery software that can do the job completely.
Since your ultimate motive is to repair and recover PST files, make sure that the program you choose has the capacity to scan, repair and recover files. Do not get a software that only scans but does not repair or a software that can only recover a few chosen files. Choose a program that can do all so you can have your money's worth.

2. Get a PST recovery software that offers free trial.
It helps to try out certain software on free trial first. That way, you can dry-run the product to see if it fits your requirements and answers your needs.

3. Get a PST recovery software that is user-friendly.
It would be useless to get software that you can not operate. The task of choosing a user-friendly software is now easy as many of the available inbox repair tool products of today can be operated most conveniently. With most software, you just have to click a few buttons, follow simple instructions and some can even run automatically.


  • Savage dbd April 1, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    I know this video is kind of old but there are things you can do on your own
    1: there are several Hard disk diagnostic tools you can put on a usb flash drive to run and test your drive and in some cases even fix it or at the least get it working long enough to save your files

    2: Install something like Linux Mint on to a usb flash drive then boot computer from the usb drive to boot in to linux more often then not you can grab your files from the drive………. this also is a good solution if you have software issues suck as operating system failure before you format

    3: much like what is suggested here with the Hard Disk enclosures if you don't have one and don't want to buy one and have a second computer at hand drop that drive in the other computer as a slave drive ( secondary drive )

  • tripping with Prosoon April 1, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    awesome guidelines . thank you 😊

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  • Mike Chambers April 1, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    ok so i have the usb / sata adapter and a p/c hard drive that i want to recover photos off of . after that i can scrap the old drive …. but here is whats happening when i start everything up. the pop up that usually is seen after adding usb's and such will not come up on this drive ,ths drive is spinning and i can hear the head moving in the drive . so i tried the same set up on a spare lap top drive i have here and it pops the little folder option window right up . so i went back and reinstalled the hard drive from my p/c  again  and looked for the hard drive under device manager and it shows it there but when i right click it it states that the drive is working properly . any advise on this ?

  • David Hvoslef April 1, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    This is exactly why I clone my HD to a physically exact HD mounted in a USB case about once a month. More often if something important is added to the drive in the PC. If the drive in the PC rolls over and plays dead, I just remove the drive in the USB case, and install it in the PC, and I am going again with all info and settings up to my last clone. Then go get another drive to put in the USB case, and re-clone. Saved me more than once!

  • KDStudios April 1, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    This is why I recommend to everyone to always backup their data, especially important files such as pictures, documents and the like.
    Personally I make sure to have a physical backup via RAID and also employ the use of cloud storage (although I do stress not to put personal stuff on those as you can never truly trust them, especially those based in china).
    It's well worth the cost in the long term.

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