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how can we get password of personal folder(.pst) or get mails without password

Posted on 2004-04-23
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hi,
I forgot my password for my personal folder, and I have some important mails in that.Can you tell any suggestion to get around this.
Thank you.
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I would guess the easiest would be to create a new pst and import the data from the old pst

Try and post back
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Alternatively this can be used http://www.elcomsoft.com/aolpr.html
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