PST Walker offers more than just a viewer for .pst and .ost files. With this software, you can extract emails and attachments in bulk and convert your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks to various file formats, including .pst, .mbox (Thunderbird), .msg, and .eml.
PST Walker offers advanced search functionality that enables you to create highly specific search queries. Whether you're searching for a single email or trying to identify patterns in your email data, PST Walker gives you the tools you need to quickly and accurately analyze your Outlook Data Files.
The built-in search filters in PST Walker are designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, so you don't need to be an expert in email search to use them effectively. You can easily access the filtering options by right-clicking on the column header and selecting "Filtering". This brings up a menu of filter options that allow you to quickly refine your search results based on criteria such as sender, subject, date range, and more. Based on your preference, you can use Advanced Search and built-in search filters at the same time.Sort and group emails
Outlook data files (.pst and .ost) contain numerous metadata fields (MAPI properties) that can be useful for digital forensic analysis of emails.
PST file specifies five storage elements, each representing one major component of the Message object and a number of streams are contained within those storages, each stream representing a property (or a set of properties) of that component.
The storages are: Recipient object storage, Attachment object storage, Embedded Message object storage, Custom attachment storage, Named property mapping storage.Examine PST File Without Microsoft Outlook
Step 1: Launch PST Walker and select the folder in the All Folders pane.
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|License:||Named User, Single/Concurrent Use|
|Interface Languages:||English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil)|
|Release Date:||May, 2023|
|Download:||Portable version and Installer|
|Processor:||Intel-compatible (x86, x64)|
|Memory:||1 GB minimum (4 GB recommended)|
|Hard Disk:||50 MB for installation files|
|Operating System:||Microsoft® Windows 11 / 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7|
|Prerequisites:||Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2 or later|
Outlook search issues can be frustrating, but with these tips and tricks, you should be able to troubleshoot and fix the problem quickly. Remember to check the indexing status, profile status, add-ins, configuration settings, and application issues. With a little patience and persistence, you should be able to get Outlook search up and running smoothly again.
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