Hello. 

The ost is corrupt. What I want to do is fix the OST file, convert it to a PST and then import it back in. 

Is there any program, which will fix or reindex an outlook OST file?



outlook 2010 pst and ost files
I have a problem, I can not copy outlook 2010 ost and pst files if outlook is open even with shadow copy enabled
What to do?
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if your OST is corrupted and you are not able to access your crucial data, then to repair OST file execute MS outlook inbuilt utility scanost.exe . To know more about the procedure and other methods to repair ost file refer this :http://www.intrigua.com/scenario/ost-is-corrupted-or-orphaned.html
Answered 05/13/2015 by: paulwilson
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Close Outlook then copy the pst and ost files. It's not rocket science.
As for repairing an OST file - look here: http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=repair+ost+file
Answered 09/22/2014 by: EdT
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Hello Earldi,

If you want to repair and then convert the OST file into PST then I recommend you to use any professional OST file tool. It is because such tool not only repair your files, but ensure you to convert files securely without any data loss and changes in the structure of data. There are many tool available so I would like to recommend you SysInfoTools OST file recovery tool. It gives you best possible result.

Thanks.

Answered 01/16/2016 by: SysInfoTools Software
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  • Yes, I have used the demo version SysInf OST recovery tool. This Tool is damn reliable. I am looking forward to purchase the tool
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Apart from third party tools, you can also do it through manual processes like:
1. Exporting OST files to PST
2. Archiving
3. Drag & Drop Method

If you want to know more about these given steps then you can follow this EasyTechTools Blog.

This blog has mention all the manual steps to convert your OST files To PST.

Hope It works 

Cheerz :)
Answered 02/07/2017 by: virat8586
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