Recover Lost or Forgotten Outlook Password

March 19th, 2014 | Posted by Ankit Sajwan in Free Tools

MS Outlook is one of the most widely used email client used for email and task management. Outlook is included with Microsoft Office suite. It can be used as standalone application or with the combination of Microsoft Exchange Server. It stores user information and other user data like emails, contacts, calendars, notes etc. in a .pst file which is also known as Personal Storage Table.

MS Outlook stores user email password when user selects “Remember Password” option while setting up MS Outlook account. The password for user account is stored using strong encryption method which makes it quite difficult to retrieve the password once forgotten. Imagine the situation when user forgets the password of Outlook PST File. All the user data become inaccessible, this situation gets worsen if Network administrator is not able to retrieve the lost password.

But you don’t have to worry more as there are some free password recovery applications to help you out. Kernel for PST Password Recovery is one such free Outlook password recovery tool which instantly restores forgotten or lost PST file password. It supports all versions of MS Outlook password protected PST files

Download
Software can be downloaded from http://www.nucleustechnologies.com/Download-PST-Password-Recovery.php

Install
After downloading the installer file, you can install the software by running the file by Double-clicking the installer and following the on-screen instructions.

1. Launch Kernel for Outlook Password Recovery

recover pst password for free

recover pst password for free

2. Click the Open button or Browse button to select pst file.

3. Select the appropriate pst file and then click Open button
select pst file

4. Click the Recover Password button to recover password
pst password recovery software

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