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Complete Insight on conversion on corrupt OLM files to Outlook PST files


Windows and Macintosh are two leading operating systems. Microsoft Outlook is the most preferred email application professionally, and available for both operating systems. However, Outlook for Windows has more number of users because of Windows’ usability, user-friendliness and software compatibility. Outlook for Windows (MS Outlook) uses PST file format to store its entire mailbox data while Outlook for Mac uses OLM file format.

Mac users can also enjoy Outlook’s data management and security features but Mac OS is not as user-friendly as Windows and this is one of the major reasons behind Outlook for Mac to MS Outlook migration.

So, either you want to switch from Outlook for Mac to MS Outlook or need to access your Mac Outlook emails in MS Outlook, it is important to convert OLM files to PST files as MS Outlook doesn’t support the OLM file format.

OLM file corruption

Both OLM and PST files store the mailbox data (emails, contacts, notes, hyperlinks, attachments, etc.) for their respective email applications locally. PST (Personal Storage Table) files are also called Personal Folders files. Both OLM and PST are also known as Outlook Data Files.

Just like other file formats, OLM file is prone to corruption as well due to various reasons such as interrupted installation of Outlook, Microsoft Exchange Server crash, virus attack, hard disk crash, etc. Corrupt OLM file becomes inaccessible. Beyond mentioned reasons, there can be several other reasons which can corrupt or make OLM file inaccessible. You may come across different error messages if you try to open a corrupt OLM file. Most common error messages you face when OLM file is corrupt are:

“Cannot find [PATH]\OLM.DLL”
“An unknown error has occurred in Outlook. Error code – 17199”
“This application failed to start because OLM.DLL was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem

There can be several other error messages as well. There is no native method available to resolve OLM corruption error messages. Thus, you need to use a professional OLM recovery software. You get plenty of software online to perform OLM to PST conversion but not all of them can be trusted.

OLM to PST Conversion

Officially, there is no manual method to convert an OLM file to a PST file. Right now, Microsoft doesn’t provide any utility for OLM to PST Conversion. However, you can transfer Outlook for Mac data to MS Outlook using MS Exchange Server, but it requires lot of technical knowledge and the process involves various steps and stages. The process doesn’t guarantee complete and accurate conversion either. You can use a professional third-party software.

Understanding the technicality of mailbox data, offers a perfect solution to resolve OLM file corruption issues.

The OLM to PST Converter

You might spend hours and days thinking or researching about how to access OLM files in MS Outlook? Or how to recover corrupt OLM files? Or how to migrate Outlook for Mac mailbox data to MS Outlook? OLM to PST Converter is the answer of all the questions related to OLM file corruption and OLM to PST Conversion.

The software is programmed to make OLM to PST Conversion a hassle-free task without taking much time. It easily migrates all Outlook for Mac emails, Contacts, Mac address book, attachments, drafts, appointments, calendar items, notes, events, hyperlinks, tasks, journals, etc. to MS Outlook accurately. The tool also, offers option to save the recovered OLM files in different formats such as PST, MBOX, MSG, DBX, EML, RTF, TXT, HTML, IMAP, and MHTML. It generates file analysis reports of four types – Total item types, Mail flow density by date/senders, and Interaction between users.

Benefits on purchasing OLM to PST Converter Tool

  • Lifetime license validity
  • Free of cost lifetime technical support
  • All future updates related to the software are free
  • 30-day money back guarantee
  • Instant license delivery through mail

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