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Repair corrupt PST File when ScanPST.exe fails

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Bharat Bhushan
Experts in data recovery from corrupt Exchange mailboxes, SQL database, and Outlook emails.
There are many cases found where ScanPST.exe fails to repair corrupt Outlook PST File. When user tries to repair PST using Inbox Repair tool and it throws below error:

•      Inbox Repair tool does not recognize the file
•      ScanPST.exe hangs in between the repairing process
•      Fatal Error 80040818

Here In this video,  let’s see what to do when ScanPST.exe fails and how Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST Repair
(https://www.stellarinfo.com/outlook-pst-file-recovery.php ) helps as the best ScanPST.exe alternative.

Thanks to Stellar Phoenix Outlook PST Repair that helps users where ScanPST.exe fails to repair corrupt PST file.
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by:Kieran Stephenson
Microsoft provides the Inbox Repair tool (scanpst utility) to scan and repair PST file. But sometimes it may fail or not work if the corruption level is severe. In such a situation, Outlook experts always recommend using a professional PST Repair tool. There are many vendors in the market which provide such software with the free demo version. By using the demo version, you can check the preview of the recoverable data. And if you're satisfied with the results, then only you should purchase the software.

Also, you may refer to this article to compare top 5 PST Recovery software - https://www.semnaitik.com/best-pst-repair-tools/

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by:Sunil Sharma
Read the blog posted at the https://www.recoveryfix.com/blog/ways-to-recover-corrupt-outlook-pst-files and know easy steps on how to repair corrupt PST file when ScanPST.exe fails.
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