SysInfoTools PST Split

SysInfoTools PST Split 21.9

Split a single PST file into multiple PST files

SysInfoTools PST Split Tool is the most recommended utility to manage oversized PST. Splitting PST files into smaller parts is one of the best ways to avoid Outlook file corruption. Regular use of Outlook may cause an increase in data file size, which exceeds the limit factor of PST files and is prone to data corruption. Every PST file depending on the MS Outlook versions, has certain file limitation factors. If this limitation exceeds the factor, there is a chance of data corruption. To overcome the situation, users must break large PST files into smaller ones and fight corruption that may result in data loss forever. PST splitter software is very helpful for those MS Outlook users who are really worried about losing their curial data within the PST. The Software is powerfully programmed to split a large PST file into multiple smaller parts without causing any damage or alteration to the original data. It works as a non-destructive application. Therefore, all your selected PST files will be remained intact or unchanged. PST Split Software of SysInfoTools is an easy-to-use application that requires no technical knowledge. Any technical and non-technical user can easily use this Software. It offers multiple options to split a PST file, such as: split by Mail ID, split by Date, split by Size, split selected folders in single PST. It does not overwrite the original PST file in fact, it creates multiple PST files at the user's desired location. It also allows users to attach the new PST file in their Outlook profile. The Software supports all major versions of MS Outlook, such as MS Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, and 2010 and smoothly runs under all popular versions of Windows operating systems like: Win 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, Win 7, and Win 8. SysInfoTools offers a free demo version of PST split Software. Users can download the demo version and examine the performance of the Software before buying the full version.

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