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    PST Repair >2Gb

    Got a corrupt pst file thats over 2gb so scanpst wont touch it, dont wanna crop it to less than 2gb as I dont wanna loose anything..
    Ideas?

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    You're largely screwed - you need to face up to losing some data. I have on occasion used Ontrack Easyrecovery Professional with varying degrees of success however you're looking at splashing out $279 for the email repair module - how valuable is your data?

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    Re: PST Repair >2Gb

    This thread was from 2006. I believe ScanPST will now deal with PST files over 2Gb...

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