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    Split large sized PST file into small sized PST

    This split PST Tool software which can split large PST file in few mouse clicks with Split pst recovery software that has multiple splitting option and split file without data loosing. It uses its own PST splitter to avoid the risk of corruption of PST files due to the issue of being over-sized. this tool can Efficiently splits a large PST file into smaller and manageable PSTs, based on specified PST split criterion, such as Date, Size, Mail Id and Folder. It also supports splitting PST files created using MS Outlook 2000, 2002 (XP), 2003, 2007, and above versions. i assure you that you will be very satisfied with results of this tool. It provides full of accuracy and efficiency which is enough for split pst file. you have't need to go other option because with this tool you can split very large pst file instantly. This software does not changes the original data during the splitting large PST file into the small PST files, it also preserves metadata integrity of the items such as cc, bcc, to, from, and date time.

    Splits password protected PST files:-
    This application is also useful for split password protected PST file. It is easy to split PST simply through providing the password. This tool is even works while your password is complex.

    Note:- This split PST File software provides the demo version which has wonderful features and functionality helps you to know about the software. And gives you some split facility at free of cost.

    Visit here to know more:- http://www.softmagnat.com/split-pst.html

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    You can use Split PST Tool. Split Outlook PST to break large sized PST files. Split Outlook PST all items stored in your PSt files - Contacts, email, tasks etc. Split PST Supported MS Outlook 2002, 2003,2007,2010 or 2013 format. This tool Support Windows 8/10/XP/Vista (32/64 bit)

    For more info visit here:- https://www.softakensoftware.com/split-outlook-pst.html

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