Convert OST to Text

Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/10

OST format, also known as Outlook Offline Folder File, is used to store e-mail messages and other data saved by Microsoft Outlook from an Exchange server. Files saved in OST format are stored on the local hard drive instead of mail server and can be viewed with the help of the following applications:

Microsoft Outlook 2010

Microsoft OST Integrity Check Tool

Remo Convert OST to PST

SysTools OST Recovery Outlook Recovery Toolbox

If you want to view OST files with standard text editors, you should consider converting OST to Text. The easiest and fastest way to do it is to use a specialized OST converter.

CoolUtils is pleased to introduce Total Outlook Converter, a professional email converter designed to process files from Outlook to DOC (WORD), PDF, HTML, XHTML, TXT, TIFF, JPEG, and EML. With the help of this program, you can save OST file as Text in only a few simple clicks.

Here's what you need to do:

  1. Download Outlook converter from CoolUtils official website. Available are a free 30-day trial version and a fully functional version priced at as low as $49.90.
  2. Install Total Outlook Converter following the instructions of the setup wizard. Don't forget to create a desktop icon for instant access.
  3. Launch Total Outlook Converter. It automatically integrates with Microsoft Outlook.
  4. Select emails or folders you wish to convert from the automatically generated list.
  5. Set TXT as target format by clicking on the corresponding button.
  6. Click "Start!" to begin automatic conversion with default settings.

Total Outlook Converter supports batch conversion. This means you can convert hundreds of email messages at a time. Also, you can process attachments and save them in their original format. Alternatively, you can process attachments to the target format of your email using Total Outlook Converter Pro.

To learn more about Total Outlook Converter, contact CoolUtils customer service. Download free trial version of Total Outlook Converter now!

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