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Microsoft outlook - password

By kn_abhilash ·
i am using microsoft outlook,
i had set a password for my personal folder(.PST file )
now i am in a trap, i lost my password
and i am not able to see my mails
can any one help me to retrive my mails

thanks

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by Jim B. In reply to Microsoft outlook - pass ...

You call purchase & download a very handy utility called "Outlook Key" from http://www.lostpassword.com/outlook.htm. It costs about $45.00.

It'll unlock your .pst file nearly instantly.

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by paulswanson In reply to Microsoft outlook - pass ...

Hmmmm, is it worth $45? I was about to post the exact same question but decided to see if anyone else had the same problem. Did you try Jim's suggestion?

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by AaronTech In reply to Microsoft outlook - pass ...

There is a way to strip the password for free! but it doesnt ALWAYS work. use a program from microsoft called pst19upg to convert your pst file to psx format then back again to pst format. Once the file is back in PST format it should no longer have a password. Make sure the back up the PST file before running this program though. It has been known to corrupt PST files

download pst19upg from it's free
http://www.computerhope.com/download/updates/pst19upg.zip

at the command prompt type
PST19UPG -x mailbox.pst (where mailbox.pst is the name of the .pst file). This process creates a new file with the name of: filename.psx Then from the same DOS prompt Run: PST19UPG -i mailbox.psx. This process creates another new pst file with the same name. Then the .pst file should now be unlocked, you can use it as you would without a password.

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by alex.krenvalk In reply to Microsoft outlook - pass ...

I heard about not bad application-<a href="http://www.recoverytoolbox.com/outlook_password.html">Pst password removal</a>, can recovers forgotten or lost passwords for mail accounts and also passwords for LDAP services that the Microsoft Outlook mail client uses in its work, also recovers passwords for password-protected Microsoft Outlook data files (files with the *.pst extension) that the Microsoft Outlook mail client uses to store user data (contacts, messages, reminders, notes, tasks).

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