Safely Compact PST File using Outlook Compact Feature

compact pstOutlook users are primarily concerned about the size limitation issue of PST files. If PST is in ANSI format, you can’t store more than 2 GB data. On the other hand, Unicode PST can store up to 20 to 50 GB data. If your PST file is large in size, it may cause performance issues. But if it exceeds the size limit, it leads to corruption. In such situation, you can try Outlook Compact feature that can compact PST file without causing any changes. Continue reading “Safely Compact PST File using Outlook Compact Feature”

Upgrade Outlook PST – ANSI to Unicode & Unicode to ANSI

Upgrade OutlookIf you want to prevent corruption due to 2 GB size limitation, you can upgrade Outlook. Older Outlook version use ANSI format to store mailbox content not more than 2 GB. On the other hand, the newer Outlook versions use Unicode format which has maximum 20 to 50 GB. Sometimes users can also need to downgrade Outlook due to any personal or official reason. In this blog post, you’ll read a manual trick to upgrade Outlook. Continue reading “Upgrade Outlook PST – ANSI to Unicode & Unicode to ANSI”

Break Down Your NSF Database via Smart NSF Splitter

split NSF database into multiple partsNSF database may cause serious problems for IBM Notes (Lotus Notes) users if they are large or oversized. Think how difficult the email management task could be if you’re having large-sized files. It may affect the performance of IBM Notes, or sometimes it may lead to file corruption. In order to avoid such unwanted occurrence, you can split your NSF database file into multiple smaller parts. Once an NSF database is split into Continue reading “Break Down Your NSF Database via Smart NSF Splitter”