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Lost Your Emails or .pst File?

Microsoft Outlook email archive files get an extension of .pst. If you are using Microsoft Exchange Server, all the email messages, calendar, tasks, notes and other items are delivered to and stored on the server. However, if a user is not using Exchange Server, then all the email messages, calendar, and other items are delivered to and stored locally in a Personal Folders (.pst) file. pst files has been infamous for becoming inaccessible and corrupt.

What Can We Do?

Technetics Data Recovery can recover your .eml files and .pst files, to get your emails working again. We deploy a variety of methods utilizing specialized lab equipment and machinery in our state-of-the-art clean rooms to recovery your lost data.

Our email recovery software aids in the recovery of lost emails from dbx files, mbx files, pst files, and others. When we are finished, we can provide all of the recovered emails or repaired Outlook folder stored safely on an external hard drive or USB drive to prevent against future loss.

What Can be Recovered?

Our email data recovery services can retrieve emails after:

• Files have become corrupted due to “Compact File” or “Compact All Folders” option usage.
• Antivirus software scanning incoming & outgoing emails causing data corruption to email files.
• Email file corruption due to a large number of Microsoft Outlook emails in Inbox or Sent folders.
• Accidental deletion of email or permanent deletion of emails from deleted items folders.
• Any other malicious or inadvertent loss of email data.

How Can We Welp?

Bring in your hard drive so we can conduct a free inspection. Once we have conducted the free inspection we will give you an obligation free fixed price quote within 24-48 hours. To contact us simply call 1300 880 636 at any time or complete the website form and we will be in contact immediately.

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