Outlook 2007 Scanpst.exe PST Repair


Are you having problems with your Outlook 2007 PST File? If so, there is easy way to resolve any kind of issues related to PST. The PST is stand for personal folder which is heart of an Outlook because it contains almost files of the applications, such as emails, notes, journals, calender, attachments, and so on. In order to fix problems related to Outlook PST you need a help of Outlook 2007 Scanpst.exe tool. The repair tool is also known as inbox repair tool which is developed to repair damaged or corrupted PST files.


If you are not able to access your PST or offline folder (OST) file, in such situation you are free to use Outlook 2007 Scanpst.exe tool. The repair tool scans the entire OST or PST files, and repair them in few steps. The repair tool supports on both versions MS Outlook 97 and MS Outlook 2002 . The tool is automatically installed when you install Outlook 2007. Before repairing the corrupted PST files, the tool determine that the file structure is intact or not. If any case, it will find that file not intact then Outlook 2007 Scanpst.exe tool resets structure of file and rebuilds the header. Besides that, after repairing the damaged file it makes a file name with file name.bak, that is a duplicate file of original PST file. The new file is located in same location where the previous one. You can recover files from .bak file, and assign new name to them with .pst extension.


       


Apart from such things, the Outlook 2007 Scanpst.exe tool is not able to recover damaged files in most of the cases, such as if file damaged due to oversized pst, virus infection, application crashes any other severe corruption. And it is come in hidden mode that's why many of the user not able to find it. Thus, it is better to leave this tool, in such situation use third party Outlook PST repair tool because is allows you to repair corrupted files in easy manner. It is helpful in any cases and is equipped with highly advanced features thus is capable to recover files in few seconds.