Read, Open and view OST files without Outlook Free OST file viewer

There are many users of Microsoft Outlook, which help them to easily save their email messages, calendar, tasks, and other items are saved on a mail server, on the computer, or both. Outlook emails that are saved onto your computer, are basically kept in Outlook Data File that is PST and OST file formats. Outlook OST files are used when user have a Microsoft Exchange account and wants to work offline. OST files are always a copy of items that are saved on a mail server and don’t have to be backed up like PST data files Outlook.

When we need to open or view OST file without Outlook?

But sometimes what happens is that you find yourself locked out of your OST file and stop using Outlook as the your email client. For this you don't have a clue, how to view your OST files without Outlook. In some extreme cases says, when you don't have any option left with then you convert your OST file to another format or emails client format just to view OST file and find out that you’re unable to open OST file. What then? The solution lies in using a free tool called Free OST file Viewer by SysInfoTools.

Download OST file Viewer free

SysInfoTools free OST File Viewer is a stand-alone platform that helps you to open OST file without Outlook. This freely available Outlook OST file viewer is smart tool that open corrupt or inaccessible files with none hurdles. The software works exclusively and made free as per the demand of the users to view OST files like without installation of MS Outlook or live environment of Exchange Server. If the chosen OST file is corrupt, there are three different scan modes for deep scanning Standard mode to look at traditional OST file whereas Advanced and Deep modes are for minor or major corruption respectively.

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