If you forgot the password you use to sign in to services like Outlook.com, Skype, OneDrive, and Xbox Live you might need to reset it.
How to recover the Outlook password setting The features of the MS Outlook PST password cracker tool include: • Instant MS Outlook password recovering • A clear, simple user-friendly interface based on a step-by-step wizard • Support for all versions of Microsoft Outlook (/XP/2003/2007/2010/2013/2016) • Fast password cracking for the following types of mail accounts: • Microsoft Exchange Server • POP3/SMTP email servers • IMAP mail servers • HTML mail servers (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, and MSN) • Microsoft LDAP Directory • Microsoft Mail • Outlook.com, HotMail, Yahoo, MSN, AOL, etc.
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Outlook Password Decryptor can recover passwords from all versions beginning with Outlook Express to latest version of Outlook. It works on wide range of platforms starting from Windows XP to new Windows 10 version.
Features Outlook Password Decryptor is the all-in-one tool to recover passwords from all versions of Outlook. Also it can decrypt passwords from different type of Email account configurations supported by Outlook, such as • Exchange Server • IMAP • POP3 • SMTP • LDAP • HTTP On starting, it automatically detects the current Outlook version along with user & platform information. It also provides option to save the recovered password list to HTML/TEXT /XML/CSV file for future use. Outlook Account Password Location Different versions of Outlook uses different location and mechanism to store the account password along with other details such as email and server information. Outlook Express, 98 and 2000 versions store the remembered password in the 'Windows Protected Storage' similar to older versions of Internet Explorer. The password link and other account information are stored at one of the below mentioned registry locations.