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Lost password to PST file

Hi, I had a .pst file with a password set on MS Outlook 2010. Now I can't remember what the password is. How can I get back my emails? Thanks.

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How to get .pst password back and to get it for free see at:-
http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook/458-%E2%80%8Bpst-password-for-microsoft-outlook-2003

Other method for money you may get with Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Password

Tool is guarantee high percent of restoration, but it costs money, your choice - http://www.outlookpassword.recoverytoolbox.com/

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