Outlook 2013 is the latest email client application developed by Microsoft Corp. This version of Outlook provides user with the latest and most advanced features which you didn’t find in earlier version of Outlook. And one similar aspect which an Outlook 2013 share with it’s preceded is its ability to work offline even in case of zero network connectivity. This is made possible with the help of a reliable Offline Storage Table (OST) file. OST files are nothing but database files created by Outlook application which allows you to continue your work even if the application is disconnected from MS Exchange Server.
Nonetheless, all this freedom gets affected when your .ost file gets corrupt or damaged. After OST file corruption or damage, you won’t be able to access any of your vital emails and other Outlook attributes. Moreover, Outlook application shows a lot of error messages after OST file gets corrupted. However, such corrupt or damaged Outlook OST file can be easily fixed with the help of Remo OST to PST converter application. Prior to fixing process, let us have a lot at few common reasons which results in Outlook 2013 OST file to get corrupted or damaged or broken.
Your Outlook .ost file gets corrupt due to any of the reasons mentioned above. Nonetheless, all such problems can be solved by repairing the OST file with the help of reliable software like Remo Convert OST to PST for repairing corrupt OST 2013 file and convert it to importablePST file format with recovered contents.
No matter what the reason behind your Outlook 2013 OST file corruption is, Remo OST to PST converter utility repairs it with absolute ease and efficiency. With the help of this prominent Outlook 2013 OST file repair tool, it is very easy to get severely corrupt, damaged, inaccessible and broken OST file repaired in minutes. Other than fixing OST file, you can even convert it to healthy PST file to read it. More to this, the application is compatible to run on all the latest version of Windows operating system including Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP for repairing Outlook 2013 OST file. Remo OST to PST converting wizard helps in repairing corrupt OST file that is stored in any storage media such as PC internal hard drive, external hard drive, pen drive, flash drive, etc. after corruption. The software repairs the Outlook .ost file and makes the data readable by converting into .pst file format.
Remo OST to PST converter is an all in one utility with which, you can perform Microsoft Outlook 2013 OST repair process and also recover all deleted Outlook attributes like emails, notes, contacts, attachments, journals, calendar entries etc. while repairing Outlook 2013 OST. It even converts and fixes the oversized or encrypted or compressed OST file without any trouble.In addition to this, the tool works on read only mode which ensures no damage or modification is done to your original file while fixing OST file. By utilizing this software can easily fix Outlook 2013 OST file created on MS exchange versions such as MS Exchange 5.0, 5.5, 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013.
Step 1: Download Remo OST to PST Converter software and install the same to your Windows computer. Run the application by double clicking on the shortcut icon or via start menu. The main screen displays 2 options, "Open OST File” and “Find OST File”. Click on "Open OST File" option, if you know the exact location of your Outlook 2010 OST file or Click on "Find OST File" to search for your Outlook OST file.
Figure A: Main Screen
Step 2: After that, use browse button to locate the OST file which needs to be converted and repaired and click on next to start the OST file fixing process
Figure B: Browse OST File
Step 3: This tool will first fix corrupt OST file and then convert it to healthy PST file. As the program fixes the file, you can moniter the process through progress bar.
Figure C: Progress Screen
Step 4: After the completeion of OST to PST conversion process, the application displays a confirmation message like “OST file conversion completed”. At last, browse the location to save coverted and fixed OST file with all its components intact.
Figure D: Select Destination Path