New version of Passcape Outlook Password Recovery released
Passcape Software has announced the release of the new version of Passcape Outlook Password Recovery (POPR). This software provides users with a convenient wizard-style interface to recover all known types of MS Outlook passwords, including SMTP, POP3, IMAP, HTTPMAIL, LDAP, and Personal Folders (*.PST) passwords. In just a few seconds, users can recover logins and passwords and export them to HTML, Excel or TXT formats. POPR is also able to recover non-English passwords.
Recovery software comes in all kinds of shapes and forms and POPR keeps up with the best of it. What is unique to this program is a choice of four recovery modes. Users can take advantage of an automatic password recovery or recover passwords manually directly from the Windows registry files. The latter feature is exclusive to POPR only. There is also an ability to decrypt a password for Personal Folders and reveal a password hidden behind asterisks. Four recovery modes give users more chances to recover a password. If a password cannot be recovered in the automatic mode, users can recover it manually or reveal it from behind the asterisks.
Today most anyone uses MS Outlook as an email client. Over the years you have collected plenty of messages that contain your registration data, logins, details of online purchases and other valuable information. Outlook stores all this in a PST file, which is usually protected with a password. Due to a virus invasion or a software corruption, passwords on PST files and messages in them may become inaccessible. Fortunately POPR has an advanced PST recovery algorithm that may help users recover their PST password in seconds. The program can also help you recover an account login if it has slipped your memory or you lost a note card with it.
POPR runs under Microsoft Windows 9x/Me/NT/2K/2K3. A personal license costs $28 and a business license costs $56. Licensed customers are entitled to free upgrades to all future versions and premium technical support. Additional information on POPR, as well as its free evaluation copy is available from http://www.passcape.com