Outlook Archive File

Posted on 2016-11-08
Last Modified: 2016-11-20
I have an outlook archive file that has a password attached to it and the password is unknown. Is there any way to remove this or to extract the data from the file?
Question by:James Danahay
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Andy earned 500 total points
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Try this:

It has some other tools at the end of the article.

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by:Edwin Hoffer
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Dear User,

I found an informative article to Unlock the password protected PST file. Hope you find it useful.

Thanks & Regards
Edwin Hoffer
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ID: 41878991
You can try microsoft's tool
“pst19upg.exe” utility by Microsoft provided here
I would personally recommend you to use PST Password Recovery Tool by SysInfoTools.

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