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Undelete for Outlook

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Undelete for Microsoft® Outlook files




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Accidental deletion of important data is a common event, especially when email accounts are involved. To restore deleted folders, emails and mailboxes, order SecureUndelete for Outlook. This data recovery utility offers reliable restoration for deleted Outlook files, and can even save file attachments, notes and contacts from oblivion.

Features

SecureUndelete for Outlook provides a dependable way to rescue data from permanent deletion with a suite of powerful features, including:

  • Support for Microsoft Outlook 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, 98 and 97
  • Compatible With Microsoft Outlook Personal Storage Files (.pst)
  • Recovered Data is Saved as New, Intact .pst File
  • Restoration of Messages and Folders
  • Reliable Recovery for Contacts, Notes, Tasks and Calendar Items
  • Restoration for File Attachments
  • Functions With Files of Any Size, Even Larger that 2 GB
  • Support for Install/Uninstall Tasks

Sample the Software With Zero Commitment

A powerful demo version of SecureUndelete for Outlook is available for download. The demo displays all the data that the full version of the software will recover. It restores three emails from each deleted mailbox, marking all other recoverable data with demo text.

Limitations

SecureUndelete for Outlook is a great choice for restoring deleted Outlook files, but if a mailbox is corrupted or damaged, this software is not sufficient on its own. When data corruption damages your Outlook files, try SecureRecovery for Outlook instead.

System Requirements

SecureUndelete for Outlook requires the presence of Data Access Objects (DAO) on your PC. Other minimum technical specifications include:

  • Operating System: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 2008 Server or 2003 Server
  • RAM: 256-1024 MB (Larger Mailboxes and Greater Damage Require More RAM)
  • Hard Disk: 10 MB at Minimum
  • Display: Resolution of At Least 640 x 480 and 256 Colors

Restore Deleted Mailboxes With Advanced Recovery Software

Deleted mailboxes sometimes hold crucial information. Luckily, there is a way to reverse the data loss. SecureUndelete for Outlook is designed specifically for Outlook mailboxes, with dependable recovery features. When you need to restore data from deleted Outlook files, rely on SecureUndelete for Outlook.

Can I try SecureUndelete for Outlook to see whether it will repair my mailbox?

Yes, a demo version is available. We recommend using the demo version to determine whether the mailbox is recoverable before purchasing the commercial license.

Please note that you should never install SecureUndelete for Outlook on the device that stored your original Outlook file. This could overwrite the data permanently. Follow the instructions carefully for the best results.

How is the demo version different from the full version?

The demo version is only capable of recovering three letters from your mailbox. Demo placeholders will replace the other letters, and attachments will not be recovered.

All of the commercial versions of SecureUndelete for Outlook are free from these limitations. If a letter does not appear in the demo output, it will not be recoverable with the full-featured version of the software, so please review the demo output carefully.

Why does my Outlook mailbox file appear smaller after the undelete process is completed?

In many cases, some information will be unrecoverable and will not be present in the final mailbox file. This reduces the size of the mailbox, but the mailbox may still be accessible and usable. The demo version of the file will always be smaller, since it is limited to three letters (with no attachments).

Can I run this application through my command line?

The Enterprise and Service licenses have this capability. Use this command line call:

uol.exe “”

You should not use angle brackets when creating your commands. You can use patterns, however, to specify groups of files. Use an asterisk (‘*’) for groups of characters, or use a question mark (‘?’) as a replacement for single characters. It is very important that you create the output directory before you start the recovery attempt, and you should make sure that you identify the output directory appropriately. Otherwise, the application may not be able to recover the data (if this occurs, you may create the target directory and attempt the recovery again).

Can I read more about the differences in license options?

Visit our Licensing page. This page has information about our license scheme and should help you to make your decision. If you need more information, please contact our customer service team.





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