Export OST Emails to Office 365 Account

OST is the offline folder file which saves all your work when you are working offline in Outlook and is not connected to the Exchange Server. The OST file synchronizes itself automatically with the server once the connection is established and all of the work which you have done gets updated automatically. Hence OST plays a crucial role while working on MS Outlook. Being such an important file, if any kind of corruption or damage occurs to it then it will generate different kind of errors which will restrict you from performing a particular kind of action. These errors could be any like "Errors could have been detected in the file" or "The file is not an offline folder file" etc. Also one more constraint with OST is its predefined size limit which is 2GB. Hence when your file reaches 2GB it does not allow you to further add data in the file.

With so much of complications with OST files, conversion to other file formats is mostly searched for. One such conversion is from OST file to Outlook PST which is quite often as PST files are too handy in nature when compared with OST files. Hence in order to convert from OST file to importable PST and other file formats, The software is designed with advanced algorithm which converts the data with keeping its format intact.

At times you need this OST file could be directly converted to Office 365 format which makes it easy for you to make any changes in it. With this tool, now it is possible as the tool directly converts your OST to Office 365 format. The tool takes least possible time to convert your OST file into Office 365 format without any risk of losing important data. It also allows you to scan for mail objects based on various criterions and then previews them before actually starting the conversion process. The best part of the tool is that it is compatible with almost all versions of Windows from Windows XP to the latest one and MS Outlook.

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