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 Aim is an efficient communication program that allows you to use schedulers, calendars, journals and many other features useful for business communication. Aim uses .pst files called Personal Folders for storing information related to emails, contacts and other personal data. If the .pst files are corrupt, you will not be able to access any information from Aim. Corruption of .pst files can be caused due to the following reasons.

corruption inside the pst file header
corruption of.pst files when used over a network
corruption caused while compacting
corruption caused due to pst file size limit of 2 GB
corruption caused by defragmentation
How to identify.pst file corruption When there is a corruption or damage to the pst header you will not be able to open the mailbox folder or other data stored in Aim. The system will also give error messages such as Errors have been detected in the file. Quit all mail-enabled applications, and then use the Inbox Repair Tool." To make Aim functional again you need to repair Aim. Aim repair using inbox repair tool One of the best ways to repair Aim is by using the inbox repair tool called scanpst.exe. This is a default program that gets installed when you configure Aim. The file is usually stored in 'C:Program FilesCommon FilesSystemMSMAPI1033'. If you are not able to access this you can search for this file using the search or find option. (Click Start> Select Search or Find option> type scanpst.exe). This tool is very helpful in Aim repair. However, sometimes the repair tool will not be able to repair Aim completely. If the repair tool is not successful the other option to repair Aim is by using Aim mail recovery software. Aim repair using

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