5 Tips to Avoid Outlook Data Loss - Corrupt PST Repair is the Last Resort
Prevention is always better than cure; there are many ways to prevent PST file corruption, but in the event of corruption actually affecting your PST
file, there always is a rescue resort you can try, which is to perform corrupt PST repair process using a commercial software solution.
- Keep your inbox clean and healthy for quick and easy access
* You must regularly clean up any unwanted mails from your inbox to
keep your mailbox healthy and allows easy and quick access to any useful
information, and prevent bulking of your PST file with unnecessary storage of
any surplus data. Empty your deleted items folder on regular intervals. Also,
keep deleting the old emails, which will no longer be of any use to you. Keeping
such emails will only add to your PST file size which can cause oversizing of
your Outlook PST file, and resultantly into corruption. To avoid such
occurrence, it is always better to keep your mailbox clean.
- Avoid inappropriate downloads from Internet that can be accompanied
with viruses * You must discourage yourself from downloading anything
from unknown websites and opening any attachments that come along with emails
from unknown senders * that might contain potentially harmful viruses associated
with the data or emails. These viruses by and large consume your system
resources and increase your CPU usage as well as eat up your bandwidth. Some
viruses even might affect your Outlook PST file which will yield you some, if
not many, Outlook errors.
- Use proper UPS to deal with inadvertent power failures or
fluctuations in power supply * Inadvertent power failures and voltage
fluctuations cause disruption of system routines and might lead to alterations
in registry files, and sometimes may even lead to Outlook PST corruption. To
avoid such, you must ensure proper backup UPS and appropriate sources of power
supply to keep your computer healthy and to avoid any corruption of PST
- Keep regular backups of useful mailbox data * Keeping a
regular backup of your useful email data is a healthy practice as prevention is
better than cure. So, as a precautionary measure, you must possess a backup of
any and all of your useful data in any form.
- Corrupt PST repair * In case even after the above
precautions, you happen to have a corrupt Outlook PST, you need a third-party PST
repair solution; a recommended one is Outlook Recovery which is best suited for corrupt
PST repair process and can recover PST data from any degree of corruption. It
has a powerful GUI which is self-directing and you need not to seek any expert
help. But even if you do, you can entrust the vendor of Outlook Recovery 64 bit
tool. If you don't, then there is an option for your to explore the tool by
using the free version of this tool.
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