Stellar Converter for OST Software with its Batch Conversion Module converts multiple OST files into corresponding PST files. When the exchange server is stuck with a synchronization error, or there is a Network failure, then the OST files get corrupt and become inaccessible. This crisis situation calls for a reliable application that can convert the inaccessible OST files into accessible format without any data loss. Stellar software is the most suitable solution to tackle this situation. In fact, with its refreshed GUI, retrieval of emails has become so much easy and effortless. Not just the emails, it converts all the mailbox components including contacts, calendars, attachments and notes, journals and more. For convenience, the software saves the PST files at one location and all the attachments in another folder. After successful conversion, the software clearly highlights the deleted email components and recovers them if selected. In case the Outlook administrator is facing shortage of time to perform the complete conversion process at one go, then the "Save and Load Scan" feature creates a Batch file with multiple OSTs and lets the Administrator save this Batch file at a preferred location. Outlook Admin can upload this Batch file at their convenience and convert into PST files. Multiple saving options enable saving the PSTs as "complete mailbox" or opt for splitting the PST "By Date" or "By Size". Apart from this, the PST files can be split as per 'mail ID' option. Chances of further corruption are reduced with 'Compact & Split' feature where users can reduce the size of PST file and thereby chances of corruption. The best part is its Microsoft Outlook resembling interface which is simple and promotes faster working for Administrators. All in all, the software is equipped with all the relevant features and functionalities to support easy OST to PST conversion as per convenience, without compromising on the output quality.
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