Common Exchange OST Errors

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Offline Outlook Data File errors generally happen due to the corruption of OST files. As a result of corruption, the mailbox data become inaccessible to the user; hence, there arises a need to recover and convert these files into an accessible file format.

Step 1: OST File Internal Error (error Code=00000003)

Step 2: Error Message – “Your Microsoft Exchange Server Is Unavailable.”

Step 3: Error Code 0x8004103b

Step 4: “Cannot Open Your Default Email Folders. the File Xxxx.ost Is Not an Offline Folder File.”

Step 5: Service-specific Error (0x0) 0

Step 6: Internal Error Code 0000000E

Step 7: Error 8004011D-526-80040115-0

Step 8: Outlook Error 0x8004060C

Step 9: Error Message/c5e20916-9359-43fc-9bd9

Step 10: MS Outlook Error 0x8004010F

Step 11: How Can You Remove OST Errors?

There are a few manual methods to recover the damaged OST files, but these methods do not assure complete and accurate recovery of the OST data. The data may get hampered in the manual recovery process or it may lose its integrity. Therefore, a good third party tool is recommended to repair and convert damaged OST file to PST files. The OST to PST Converter saves effort and time at the user end. The data integrity is guaranteed too.

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    NevinF

    1 year ago

    Hi,

    Nice article. Here I would like to share an excellent third party software to resolve errors of OST files, known as, Exchange OST recovery. The software is capable to deal with all minor or major corruption issues. Apart from that, users can also save recovered data into PST, EML, MSG, TXT, RTF, MBOX, DBX, HTML and MHTML. For more information, visit-

    http://www.outlooktools.org/ost-recovery.html

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