SoftAmbulance’s Outlook Recovery Eases Data Recovery

Preview lets users inspect what data can be restored

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SoftAmbulance Data Recovery has released SoftAmbulance Outlook Recovery that recovers deleted or corrupted Microsoft Outlook files and databases after providing the user with the preview of repairable data. Outlook Recovery is able to repair as much data as possible -- messages, attachments, address books and calendar entries -- using a step-by-step interface.

The new recovery tool is designed for smooth and comprehensive recovery of Outlook databases, which have been deleted, lost, or damaged due to hard drive crash or power failure. SoftAmbulance Outlook Recovery can locate the databases automatically on any drive or memory device, even if it is damaged and not readable. Corrupted databases go through careful repair process.

The program also supports export of Outlook data to .PST, .OST, .DBF and .EML formats so that the recovered databases can be used with programs other than Microsoft Outlook (e.g., Outlook Express or any e-mail application supporting .EML files).

To check if Outlook Recovery is powerful enough to recover necessary files, users can work with the preview feature. It displays what can be recovered, including archive contents and pictures. Before purchasing the license, users can download the trial edition.

SoftAmbulance Outlook Recovery is compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 2003 and 2008 Server. It can recover databases in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 formats. A single-user license costs 79.95 USD. Further information on the product, as well as its free trial edition, is available at

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