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How To Fix Outlook 2016 If It Doesn’t Allow You And You To Access Your Emails

Take back your important emails from Outlook lost!

So it happened, all of your MS Outlook 2016 emails stopped opening without any hope of understanding what’s going on. Maybe it’s some virus that is consuming other messages right now and you can’t do anything about it? Or have your Computer taken hostage by a gang of hackers? Or… too many options, there’s no need to rack your brain. I’m not going to bore you at the worst possible time with a number of error alerts issued by your email client, all of which trigger the same thing — you may lose all your contacts, some records, and history of the message. Why do I suggest you “can lose” and not just “you’ve lost?” That’s because, even if a backup is not available, you still have a chance to recover them. But how significant is likelihood? It’s too hard to say, it depends on a lot of things but it’s worth trying. Looking ahead, I would tell I’ve tried multiple ways, but eventually, I’ve had to pay and get a registration key for Recovery Toolbox for Outlook.

Use the Repair Tool on the Inbox

So, just open your personal (or business) mailbox, stored in Outlook 2016, but it’s not available, where are we going to start? Start on a backup! Just get a replica of your newly prepared account, and recover all your emails from there. What does not mean by backup? Could it be? Sure, let’s consider what I can do. Luckily, Microsoft Outlook 2016 already has its built-in recovery tools, which they sometimes support. Consider using Repair Tool in the Inbox. It is a part of the MS Office kit. For Outlook 2016 in particular it’s here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\root\Office16. It costs nothing at all. No limits, you can open it instantly. Often, that’s enough to reopen your mailbox and get all your emails back. Has that helped? Excellent, close the email, keep working and forget about the problem. Just don’t forget backups and get them prepared in advance, because you can’t always be so lucky.

Server Exchange will support you

Didn’t you get messages recovered with the Repair Tool Inbox? Personally I’m not really shocked. Okay, let’s try another tactic and see what format our email is stored in? If it’s MS Outlook’s Exchange Server, it could be much easier than you think. By using the details linked to the remote source, Outlook 2016 will restore data itself. In this particular case, email is stored in a file containing the.ost extension which is synchronized with the server at each contact session. If it gets damaged, delete the file and the email system will automatically restore it.

For other setups that don’t use Exchange this option won’t work. It is found in pst data files in this situation, and those files can not be automatically restored. This is where we used Outlook’s Recovery Toolbox. It is the only solution that’s solved the problem.

2 Options for Outlook 2016 Recovery

The service has two versions, both of which use similar data recovery algorithms online and offline, which provide the same performance. The offline version requires downloading Outlook’s Recovery Toolbox, installing the tool on your computer, and offline restore data. The program does not request external resources when it does so while running. All email recovery operations only take place on your computer. If the tool is allowed you can parse as many mailboxes as required in*.pst format. Otherwise, you can only see the recovery results, without the option of saving restored messages. When attempting Outlook’s online version of the Recovery Toolbox, operations are conducted online, with no downloading needed. Now you can send damaged content to a server which will restore the email, pay for it, and finally get the restored file. Mailboxes are often very large in size, so if you have a fast Internet connection, try it.

Creating an Outlook Recovery 2016 Online

Try these instructions online for restoring an Outlook 2016 file:

  • Open the link
  • Prepare upload of a corrupted * .pst file.
  • Provide descriptions of the email and fill in the CAPTCHA.
  • Provide the recuperation facility with payment details.
  • Install and install a restored mailbox on your 2016 Outlook program.
  • Open and enjoy your Mail Client.

No device is given the Online Email Recovery solution. Users can order and send data not only from a workstation but also from a tablet (Android, Mac OS, iOS) and even from a mobile phone to the Provider’s server. The process requires only a few easy steps and no need to read any instructions beforehand, and that’s awesome! Users sometimes start reading the instructions at the very end–when it’s too late.

For most users, that option is good. I don’t think somebody might be involved in your correspondence. But, your mailbox may contain bank letters (personal space passwords), CIA server accounts, carsharing, other services where your bank card has been allocated, what if someone might intercept it or the recovery service will sell the data to a third party? I appreciate those worries, given the email repair company’s clean slate.

Offline Restoration of Outlook 2016

If you don’t really want to risk exposing your email data to everyone, use Outlook’s Recovery Toolbox locally and do it all yourself, so no messages leave your machine without your permission! Only find a tool-installing system (running Windows). It functions as follows:

  • Download and install Outlook Recovery Toolbox here: https:/
  • Start the tool.
  • Find a restore mailbox * .pst. Remember that it may function with any version of MS Outlook apart from Outlook 2016.
  • Wait for * .pst file processing to be done, and check the results. Mind the miracles don’t happen. Who knows if you can recover your mailbox so hope for the best.
  • If the results appear positive, register the application, otherwise the retrieved data can not be saved.
  • Save data and insert your latest Outlook 2016 mailbox into your device.


Very often, deleted emails can be restored by machines. But sometimes the data can’t be retrieved. That’s why I suggest to try to correct a*.pst file by getting the free version of the program before registering Recovery Toolbox for Outlook. Assess and check on your own computer if it is helpful. You don’t risk anything if you can’t patch a compromised e-mail. When using it, it doesn’t alter Outlook parameters or mailbox property. When all goes well, the software will be easy to register and all the limitations will be eliminated.


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