SysTools OST Recovery software is an efficient tool using which it is easy to restore Outlook OST files after Exchange Server crash. This third-party application is useful to convert OST data into PST file format. The company has recently decided to appoint many new resellers so that users can avail the benefits from the software and can restore Outlook OST to PST file format.
Online PR News – 25-March-2011 – – Gothenburg, Sweden, January 14, 2011 – New resellers recently appointed for SysTools OST Recovery software to restore Outlook OST file into PST file format. Understanding users need across the world SysTools has made decision to restore Outlook OST to PST. Now various users those were keen to invest in this software and to use it for performing Outlook OST file restore process can get the tool without any problem. They can buy the software online also as the tool will now reach every corner the world.
Using this tool it is possible to restore Outlook OST files 2003 and also to restore Outlook OST files 2007 as the tool supports Outlook in version 2003 and 2007 including other Outlook versions. It already has a long list of existing resellers comprise of QBS Software Ltd, Grey Matter Ltd from United Kingdom; SMLB, SOFTWORLD from France; SOS Developers España from Spain; Beijing Com & Lan System Tech. Co. Ltd. from China; RegNow / Digital River from United States of America Insight.com/Software from Hong Kong; LOGON Software (Asia) Limited from Singapore; PT. Mitrasoft Infonet from Indonesia; SFC GmbH, PC-Ware Information Technologies from Germany; SOFTWARE EXPERIENCE S.r.l. from Italy. The list is extended now and more users can get the benefits from SysTools OST Recovery software.
Evan Swans (Director of Product Development, SysTools Group) says in this regard, “Our decision to increase the software’s reach is for the reason that more users now can come forward to avail the advantages from this tool. Previously they wanted to use SysTools OST Recovery software but unable to obtain it because of various reasons.”