More about Outlook file and reasons that result in loss of Outlook file
All the data of your Outlook account is stored in a single Outlook file which is commonly known as PST file. It’s a specific type of Outlook file that stands for personal storage table file. In earlier version of Outlook PST file size was limited to 2GB, but with new MS Outlook versions PST file is greatly increase up to 50GB. Even though there are many advance and improved feature, but it can’t escape data loss.
Reasons for the loss of Outlook files
How to retrieve Outlook file on Windows?
No matter how you lose Outlook file, it can be recovered with Remo Recover - a PST file recovery software free download version. It is specially developed to recover deleted and lost data from Windows computers. Employing rigorous scan software can easily recover deleted Outlook files on Windows computers at your fingertips. Software supports the recovery of Outlook files on Windows from Microsoft versions like MS Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, etc. In order to analyze Outlook file recovery on Windows you can go for demo version of software, which is free of cost.
Features of Remo Recover
Step 1: Download trial version of Remo Recover software and install it on your PC / laptop. After launching the software, select "Recover Files" option from the main window as illustrated in figure 1.
Figure 1: Home Window
Step 2: On the next screen select either "Recover Deleted Files" or "Recover Lost Files" option to recover Outlook files as illustrated in figure 2.
Figure 2: Choose Recovery Mode
Step 3: In the next step, select the drive from where you want to recover Outlook files (PST) as shown in figure 3.
Figure 3: Drive Selection Screen
Step 4: After selecting the drive, software will ask you to select a specific file type. You can click on "Skip" button to select all the file types by default as illustrated in figure 4.
Figure 4: Select File Type
Step 5: Once the scanning process is completed, the software lists out all recovered data along with required Outlook file as shown in figure 5.
Figure 5: Recovered File List
Step 6: Use Save Recovery Session option in order to avoid re-scanning of the drive.
Figure 6: Save Recovery Session