outlook.pst password protected, forgot password



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outlook.pst password protected, forgot password

Postby Davy » Wed, 28 Jan 2004 05:02:39 GMT

I have recently upgraded my computer.  Previously, I was 
using office 97.  The outlook.pst was password 
protected.  I have transferred the file to the new 
computer and got rid of the old computer.  I cannot read 
the file without the password which I have forgotten.  
How can I read my data.  Any help will be appreciated.

Re: outlook.pst password protected, forgot password

Postby Chau Le » Wed, 28 Jan 2004 05:58:48 GMT

Look for and download this:


Follow the simple instructions and you can reset password for PST.


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