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.PST file has a password lock

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After upgrading a computer to Windows 7 from XP using the Microsoft USMT process. The users .pst file had a password associated with it. He can not remember the password. Is there a reliable software that can crack the password?s
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Try this tool:

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/pst_password.html

I've used it several times with success.
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