How to recover deleted emails in Outlook?

Microsoft Office Outlook is the most popular email client, which is used to perform many day-to-day activities like sending/receiving emails, scheduling meetings, reminders, notes, tasks, etc., by almost all the Microsoft users globally. Because of its wide range of user-friendly easy to do features, Outlook has gained huge popularity among both domestic and commercial users. Using Outlook, it is possible to send/receive emails, schedule meetings, add contacts, manage calendar details, write notes, add rules and alerts, etc.

Microsoft Outlook uses personal storage file to store all of Outlook data including emails messages, contacts, calendar details, notes, tasks, journal details, etc. This personal storage file is commonly known as PST file. It is stored in the hard disk of your local machine; hence, all the emails would be safely present in your computer rather than being on a network. Sometimes, the PST file may get corrupted resulting in loss of precious emails and other data from your Outlook. Usually, when a PST file gets corrupted, Microsoft Outlook will not open, resulting in loss of data. There are many reasons for a PST to get corrupted. Some of the most commonly known issues are corruption due to increase in storage space of email messages, unexpectedly closing outlook while sending/receiving emails, PST file header corruption, etc. Email messages may be deleted due to accidental deletion from inbox or deleted items folder, performing antivirus scan while downloading emails, emails lost while transiting over a network, etc.

No matter what the reason for a loss of emails from Outlook be, no matter how corrupt the PST file may become, it is possible to recover lost or deleted emails from corrupt PST file using PST repair tool. This software can easily recover deleted emails by repairing corrupt PST file. Simple systematic instructions present in this software makes the recovery process of emails very easy. This software can be installed on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 operating systems.