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How to Recover Outlook 2013 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003 PST File Password

July 10th, 2013 by Admin

If you’ve used Outlook for any length of time, you’ve likely heard of PST files. PST stands for Personal Storage File, is the file format for the data files that Outlook uses to store all of your Outlook data, including your emails, contacts, calendar, and more. It is a very sensitive file so most of the user keep it password protected to avoid any unauthorized access.

However, there is a situation that when you open your Outlook after coming from long vacation, you can’t remember your Outlook PST file password. How can you recover or crack the password? Luckily there is a simply program that can help you retain back the password instantly.

Outlook Password Recovery is the best PST password recovery program which enables you to recover Outlook 2013 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003 PST file password instantly, no matter how long and complex your password is!

How to Recover Outlook 2013 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003 PST File Password?

Before getting started to recover your forgotten Outlook PST password, you need to locate your .pst file. In Windows 7 or Vista, the PST file is stored in c:\Users\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook. In Windows XP, it is c:\Documents and Settings\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook. If you still unable to find the .pst file, please check out this article: Introduction to Outlook Personal Folders File (.pst).

  1. Download the setup package of Outlook Password Recovery program and save it on your computer.
  2. Double-click on the setup file to install it. After installing, start the program.
  3. Click on Unlock PST File button. The program will require you to locate your Outlook .PST file.
  4. After locating your .PST file, click on Open. The program will display your Outlook PST file password immediately.

How to Unlock and Recover Password of Outlook PST File

May 23rd, 2012 by Admin

One of my friends asked me if it is possible to crack a password protected Outlook (. PST) Data File. The file contains some important project data but unfortunately he forgot the password. Is there a way to recover the password or unlock the Outlook PST file?

In my previous post I have covered the way to recover forgotten Outlook passwords from MS Outlook. For data security, MS Outlook provides a convenient way to set a password on Outlook PST file. If you forgot Outlook PST password, you’ll lose access to your entire emails, calendar, Outlook contacts and other data used by MS Outlook.

Just take it easy! There is always an easy way for you to recover forgotten Outlook PST file password. This article is intended for everyone who lost or forgot passwords of their Outlook PST files or just want to learn the basics of Outlook PST file.

What’s Outlook PST File

The PST (Personal Storage Table) file is usually used to store emails (and attachments), calendar events, contacts, journal and other items within Microsoft software such as Microsoft Outlook or Exchange. The PST file is also known as Personal Folder file.

If you’ve set a password to protect the content of the PST file, you’ll required to enter your password every time you start MS Outlook. Once you’ve forgotten the password, you can’t send and receive email at all.

How to Recover Password of Outlook PST File

Forgot Outlook PST password? Fortunately, the PST file is protected using a very weak encryption algorithm CRC32 that we can crack your password quickly and easily. Everyone can follow the instructions below to recover forgotten password to any protected Outlook PST file.

  1. Install Password Recovery Bundle on your computer.
  2. Start the program and then click Recover From File button, then select PST File Password option. You’ll be prompted to select your Outlook PST file.
  3. After choosing your Outlook PST file, click OK.
  4. The program will analyze the Outlook PST file and recover your forgotten password instantly.

Write down the recovered password and then start MS Outlook and enter the password, you’ll be able to log in successfully.