If your computer doesn’t have Microsoft Outlook installed how do you open and view an Outlook PST file? Sometimes we face this issue when we receive an important email with a PST file as attachments and the computer doesn’t have Microsoft Outlook installed.
.pst (Personal Storage Table) is the file format used by Microsoft products to store copies of messages, calendar events, and other similar items. Microsoft Outlook is one of the most popular e-mail applications that also include a calendar, task manager, contact manager, notes, journal etc.
There are many tools both freeware and shareware available to convert .pst to other formats or to upload to other online e-mails services like Gmail. But if you want to open a PST file in your machine which doesn’t have Outlook installed is not an easy task. Kernel Outlook PST Viewer is a nice free tool which helps you to open and view .pst files.
Kernel Outlook PST Viewer opens PST file without Microsoft Outlook. This tool supports both ANSI and Unicode formats of PST and allows you to open PST created using any version of MS Outlook. This feature is really useful. The tool enables you to view the emails, notes, contacts, drafts, calendar items, etc. enclosed in the PST in the same way as you view in MS Outlook.
Kernel Outlook PST Viewer displays the email folders like Inbox, Drafts, Outbox, Sent Items, etc. in the same way as you see them in MS Outlook.
This free tool can open the .pst file even if the .pst file has minor corruption. The corrupted files due to 2GB size issue can be easily opened using this tool.
Another interesting feature of this tool is that it allows you to view password protected PST file even if the password is not known or forgotten.
Supported versions of OS and Outlook
Kernel for Outlook PST Viewer supports all versions of MS Outlook including MS Outlook 97, 2000, Outlook XP, Outlook 2003, 2007, and Outlook 2010.
The following OS versions support this software
- Windows 2000
- Windows XP
- Windows 2003
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
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