I remember in previous versions when an Outlook file got over a certain size it would have problems. How large is this file? If you are using XP and the file is about 4GB, then that could be part of the problem. Or any later version of windows that is 32 bit installation instead of 64 bit. If that's the case, then may need to do some file surgery on it, details later if so.
Last week I was trying to open one of .pst file under MS Outlook 2010, but I couldn't. I received this error: "Outlook.pst is not a personal storage folder file". I searched about this error on some forums and most of them declared it a corruption error.
So I tried Scanpst to determine the main problem behind this error. It didn't show any error. It seems ScanPST is not able to fix it.
Any other way to fiksorovat this corruption?
Please, any help.