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Companies these days are striving best to deploy solutions which keeps the 100% network connectivity and data availability at all the times. Similarly, the intelligent MS Outlook email platform is reinforced with provisions to maintain offline folders which is very much helpful when Exchange Server services gets disconnected. You can identify the offline email items as .ost file and it gets stored locally on your computer machines. Whenever Exchange Server comes online, the OST file automatically synchronizes all modified email items to maintain consistency of information at both the locations. Learn more

Microsoft Outlook is an amazing email client platform to perform real-time collaborative services, such as web browsing, task management, contact management, blogging, along with seamless email services. The MS Outlook email services are highly available because of the integrated Exchange Server environment. All Outlook user accounts, security policies, configurations reside in the central repository, i.e. Exchange Server. Furthermore, to make the email communication highly available, Outlook offers an exquisite facility to create and maintain offline folders that holds crucial email data in OST format file. You can access email items when your MS Outlook client gets disconnected from Exchange Server by accessing the contents available in the OST file. All OST email items get automatically synchronized with Exchange Server once connection with MS Outlook is established. Learn more

Outlook users often come across oversized OST file issue while using it with Exchange server. With every version of Outlook, Microsoft defined a storage limit for Outlook files OST and PST. Outlook version 2002 and its previous versions have maximum storage capacity of 2 GB, then Outlook version 2003 and 2007 can store upto 20 GB of data. Thereafter, version 2010 and latest versions have a storage limit of 50 GB. If user exceeds these specified storage capacities then one or more OST file errors can be encountered, such as: Learn more