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PST file password recovery

Posted on 2004-09-08
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Does anyone know of a way or have a cracker program to unlock a PST file that is password protected. I did download some shared program, but for those trial version, password length should less than 4 charachters, any other ways? Thanks
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Thank you David, pst19upg program works for me, much appriciated.
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