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The Microsoft repair tool is the only one that works - and you have to create a new PST file, and recover items from the old one. Some items will be recovered - but I never get close to 100%....
If it didn't help try to use Recovery Toolbox for Outlook designed for Microsoft Outlook database repair if PST file damaged. Outlook fix tool can solve the problem of corrupted Outlook databases and fix errors. For more: The one tool that knows how to fix Outlook 2003 corrupted files in fast...
I would like to recommend OST2PST Set for the accessing of your ost file data to MS Outlook by converting it ost to pst. To know more about ost to pst converter application (OST Open File Tool) visit OST2PST Converter software for Offline Outlook Storage and download the demo software. OST files serve as valuable backup option for Microsoft Outlook data. However, the job is accomplished only when OST files are converted to readable PST files. Take help of good recovery tools to convert OST file to PST file and let it perform the task proficiently.
You need to install Microsoft Outlook? The Email program? Thats simple, do you have the software for the program?
If so just follow these steps:
Insert the disc into your optical drive (aka cd drive)
you can either wait for the program to auto run or if it doesn't have that you can click on your start button click "My computer" and then if the disc is being recognized correctly in your cd drive just double click it and you should see a name of a program called "autorun.exe" or "setup.exe" or something like one of those. Double click it and it will begin the installer. Just go through the installation wizard and soon you'll have MS Outlook up and runing!
Most email clients have a text zoom feature. This is also most likely the cause of your fonts "becoming small".
Usually you can find the option under View -> Text-Size when looking at an email.
You can also usually hold down CTRL on your keyboard and move the wheel on the mouse up or down till you get the right size.
The actual settings depend largely on what email client you are using though, so if my suggestions do not work then specify what email program you are using - e.g. Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express or Thunderbird.
You need to check your outgoing mail server name and the authentication associated with the account you are using. In other words, your email client (like Outlook or Thunderbird) has an outgoing mail server name and an account name and password setting. Try this: Open your Outlook (or other mailer) settings (Tools > Accounts) Go to View/Change email account for the email account you are having problems with. Check that the SMTP Server is set to yourdomain.com Go
into the "More settings", "Outgoing Server" tab and make sure that the
option "My server requires authentication" for the Outgoing server is
checked ON. Save and close all windows. Try again. It will be slightly different for other mail programs, but you should see the same type of information, but maybe in other tabs/windows.
Which firewall and Antivirus running on your PC?
Do you have MS Office installation cd then go for recovery of Outlook.. just click on add remove program for Outlook and then click on repair and put the CD in. Hope it will work in this.
Otherwise send me the Hijacklog file of your PC. (use other email account for mailing such as hotmail or yahoo)
Please can you download and run the following program
Save it and install it on the desktop.
Run the hijackthis program and click on "DO A SYSTEM SCAN AND SAVE A LOG FILE" Button.
(Despite the program name – This is a standard tool used by PC technicians to examine malicious files)
When the scan is finished, it will automatically create a log file and open it in Notepad program.
Save the log file (a text file). Most of what it lists will be harmless or essential, don't fix anything yet.
Please send the log file to me as a text attachment (its called Hijackthis.log - and located on the same place where you install Hijackthis program as above)
This will help me to locate malicious programs and other corrupt files on the PC.