OST Files & Desirable Usage: Microsoft Outlook users as an Exchange Server client can make use of Offline Storage Tables to access important information like emails, calendars, attachments, contacts, tasks, notes etc. Alterations made in the OST files get automatically saved and in the next login to Exchange Server, the entire changes get updated on Exchanged Server and the process is called Synchronization. Until the process of sync takes place without any fault, the entire data is safe and user can use it as per requirement.
Detritions In Smooth Working of OST Files: Sometimes, issues like deletion of data from Exchange mailbox user, changed Server or mailbox name, virus attack, damage to user profile, OST file corruption etc acts as friction in the flawless working process of OST file data extraction and synchronization and thus situations crop up where the user remain unable to access the OST file data and to the worse data loss can happen.
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