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We recently enabled folder redirection for a few staff members. After their PST file is migrated to the network share, Outlook can't read it. When we run the Outlook Inbox Repair Tool. We get this error: This data file appears to have been created using a newer version of Microsoft Outlook that this Inbox Repair Tool does not support.

The Office version has not changed on these machines - they are running Office 2013. SCANPST is being ran from these machines as well.

Does anyone have a solution?

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Have you applied MS updates? This sounds to me to be the only reason for this complaint if all the versions of Outlook are the same, etc.

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Outlook Inbox Repair Tool can repair PST file but you need to use an advanced and certified third party tool. Kernel for Outlook PST Recovery Software is perfect tool for you. Using this tool you can also recover permanent deleted Outlook PST file or email.

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Don't recommend any particular software here. It might smell like spam.
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Sometimes Inbox Repair Tool cannot be repair Outlook PST files, in this situation you can use any third-party Outlook PST File Repair software. So many software companies are available in the market which can provide best tool of PST file Recovery you can use any one.

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If Inbox repair tool not succeed to repair the corrupted PST files and you are still unable to access the PST files. Then, you can try to open the file by converting into other formats or try any third party PST file recovery tool. You can use SysInfoTools PST Recovery Tool to repair your corrupted PST files.

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Another thing to keep in mind is that the PST files for Microsoft Exchange have a tendency to become corrupt when they get too large (around 2 gigabytes). If you keep a lot of emails, you may consider creating a new PST for each year or whatever works best for you.

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Nice suggestion
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