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There are 3 ways to view a corrupted OST file in this article.
OST files are offline storage folders and contain an actual copy of the mailbox data that exists on the Exchange server. Benefit of the OST file is an exchange of original data from Exchange server.
3 ways to view corrupted OST files:
1. Scan.exe is not the latest tool that can open and view severely damaged and damaged OST files.
2. Scanpst.exe is the newest tool and reliable for OST and PST files which can open, view and recover badly damaged and damaged OST files.
3. Nuclear viewer OST is a free tool for opening and viewing corrupted, damaged OST files.
You can get acquainted with the advantages and disadvantages of each method in this article.
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