Outlook 2010 Combine Archives Process now Easier and Better

Outlook 2010 combine archives process is now easier with upgraded version PST Merge software that supports all version of Outlook and provides a smooth merging process of multiple PST file into one.

Online PR News – 01-September-2011 – – Gothenburg, Sweden, August 31, 2011: Happy to inform users about the up gradation done PST Merge software as a result of which it now supports 64 Bit Outlook version which clearly indicates that the tool is supportive to Outlook 2010 also. With ever rising popularity of Outlook, there is requirement to merge PST files in order to manage them effectively as with continuous addition of emails, it become difficult for users to locate a PST file that contain information about a particular subject. For Outlook 2010 combine archives and merging PST files into one PST file, it is a matter of concern that the software should support all versions of Outlook, both 32 and 64 Bit.
Regarding this, Evan Swans says: “Up gradation is done in features of software keeping in mind the prevailing demands of users. We constantly try to know about the requests of the users through our support and surveys so that we can provide desired tool that meets their expectations. Elevation in the features of features o PST Merge software is done in order to provide users with a great experience of Outlook 2010 combine archives and other email items of PST files. ”
Susan Kaet, Web Director of the Company quotes: “Since our software to join multiple PST files into a single one is highly in demand for emails manageability, we provide our users with more advanced lineaments in the software so that they get excellent results. ”
Allegan, Lab Director States: “Every software of our company has to cross a hard test to prove its capability and to a fortunate point, our software developers are the best originators of such reliable products that our solutions are liked by users worldwide. We up rate our tool so that users get flexible results as every user has its own requirement.