Published by Nucleus Data Recovery on 23 Jan 2014
"Efficient Compact Outlook PST software"Kernel for PST Compress and Compact is a result-oriented compress pst file software used especially for reducing the size of large pst files. This compact pst file utility is built with powerful algorithms and performs pst compress with multiple PST files in a single cycle. Compress pst tool is designed in such a way that it doesnâ€™t hampers the data integrity of PST files. While compressing the PST files, this compact outlook pst tool removes the attachments embedded with the PST file thereby reducing the total size of the file.
This pst compress tool offers four different compress pst options which are Compress all attachments in new PST file, Remove all attachments in new PST file, Remove all attachments from new PST file and save them in separate folder and Remove all attachments from new PST file, Compress and save them in separate folder. Moreover, using compact pst file tool, you can compress up-to 2147483648 PST files in one cycle and compress pst all at once.
Usually the size of pst file increases due to increased number of attachments embedded with the email messages, this often results in slow outlook performance. However slow outlook performance can be easily resolved by compact pst file tool. Additionally, the chances of corruption of PST files minimize due to its small size. Using Kernel for PST Compress and Compact tool, you can compress PST files created using MS Outlook versions MS Outlook 2002, Outlook 2003, and Outlook 2007. This compact pst tool is also available for free download, however, it limits users to save only the first 5 email items from every folder in PST file. For more information visit http://www.nucleustechnologies.com
Requirements: Pentium II 400 MHz, 256 MB RAM, 7 MB
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