what is Data File Got Corrupted On Outlook?
DATA FILE GOT CORRUPTED ON OUTLOOK:
MS Outlook is one of the most popular and convenient email client. The Outlook users create PST files to store the files in Outlook. Whereas, PST (as acronym used for personal storage table) is open file format which is use to store calendar event, copies of messages and many other items within Microsoft software.But land in a platform where you faced any issue like the occurrence of any error which leads to the corruption of file.
How to fix problems with Outlook .pst and .ost data files?
Outlook PST file got corrupt due to oversize or any other virus in mail that could damage PST file. Inbox Repair tool is use remove erros from Outlook PST file and get Outlook back to normal.
Data File Got Corrupted On Outlook Follow The Steps Mentioned In The Article To Repair Pst File:
- First unhide your files in system.
- You can unhide hidden files from control panel
- Go to start and search for scanpst.exe
- When the tool open, click on browse button to locate PST file.
- Locate your mailbox.pst file through Outlook>>File Menu>>Account Settings>>Data files.
- Once find your .PST file and click on Start button.
- Scanpst.exe will scan pst file for errors and if found ask you for repair
- Click on Repair button. Your PST files recovered and your mails and contacts and attachments will be restored.
Extended recovery steps
While the tool can detect and repair many issues with a .pst file, you may still need to use additional steps to recover all the items of an email account.
If this is the case, in the left pane, you’ll notice a Recovered Personal Folders or Lost and Found folders, which include the repaired items that couldn’t be restored.
After completing the steps, the Microsoft Outlook Inbox Repair Tool will scan and repair the .pst file for the email account with problems. Once the repair completes, you can launch Outlook, and the issues with the account should now be resolved.
How to repair Offline Outlook Data File (.ost)?
Whether you’re using an Exchange, Office 365, or Outlook.com account, to fix issues with a .ost file, close the email app, and then use these steps:
1.Open Control Panel.
Quick Tip: If you use only the default profile named “Outlook,” you can type this path: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Outlook to jump directly to the location of the .ost file, and skip to step No. 12. Otherwise, continue with the steps below.
2.Click on User Accounts.
3.Click the Mail option.
4.In the “Mail Setup” experience, click the Show Profiles button.
5.Select the profile with the account you want to fix. (The default profile is call “Outlook.”
6.Click the Properties button