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Wannabe Geek


# 177033 19-Jul-2015 21:17
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I need to convert a '.OST' file to a '.PST' file.

Are you aware of any free utilities to do this or one that is reasonable to buy for a one-time need?

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  # 1347382 19-Jul-2015 21:21
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Haven't used this, but google tells me this might work:
http://www.ost2.com/free-ost-to-pst-converter.aspx

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  # 1347384 19-Jul-2015 21:25
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You could create a PST file and then copy all the items to it?

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  # 1347394 19-Jul-2015 21:56
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Can you still login to the OST ok?

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  # 1347404 19-Jul-2015 22:22
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Ya. I believe if you can log in you can archive/copy to PST using Outlook.

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  # 1347485 20-Jul-2015 09:37
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yes you can, its a bit more difficult if you can't login to the OST

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  # 1377473 1-Sep-2015 01:00
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You can try OST to PST Converter Toolbox Microsoft OST to PST converter easily converts email data among the most popular formats, used by the Microsoft Outlook email client.
For more: http://www.osttopstconverter.convertertoolbox.com/

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