100% Safe Recover Your Forgotten Outlook Emails Password Free Decrypt
Microsoft Outlook is an email client that allows you to connect to an outside POP3 or IMAP email host to send and receive email. If you change the password on the email host, you must also reset the password in the Outlook client to match. If your passwords don’t match, the client will return an error every time you attempt to send and receive mail in Outlook. You can reset your password directly from Outlook’s account information settings.
Step1: Download the Tool By clicking on any one of the Download button.
Step2: Once Downloaded the File open it.
step3: Double click on the file Setup_OutlookPasswordDecryptor.exe
Step4: Install and click on Next, Next till Finish the installation.
Step5: Open Outlook Password Decryptor
- You can open it from Desktop shortcut file or search as Outlook Password Decryptor in the windows search
Step6: Once opened the Outlook Password Decryptor, Click on Start Recovery.
Outlook Password Decryptor is the FREE tool to instantly recover your lost or forgotten email password for all versions of Microsoft Outlook.
It supports password recovery from all Outlook versions (Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, 2000, 97, Outlook Express).
Outlook stores the password so that users don’t have to enter it every time. This password is stored in the encrypted format and only the respective user can decrypt the password. Outlook Password Decryptor can instantly decrypt and recover all your email passwords.
Note: Outlook Password Decryptor is not hacking or cracking tool as it can only help you to recover your own lost password that is previously stored in your computer.
Outlook Password Decryptor works on a wide range of platforms starting from Windows XP to the new Windows 10 version.
Outlook Password Decryptor is the all-in-one tool to recover passwords from all versions of Outlook.
Also, it can decrypt passwords from a different type of Email account configurations supported by Outlook, such as
|On starting, it automatically detects the current Outlook version along with user & platform information. It also provides the option to save the recovered password list to HTML/TEXT /XML/CSV file for future use.|
Outlook Account Password Location
Different versions of Outlook use 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.
|HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Account Manager\Accounts|
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\OMI Account Manager\Accounts
|Outlook version starting from 2002 to 2010 stores the account password (other than Exchange Server) in encrypted format at following profile location|
[Windows NT onwards]
[Prior to Windows NT]
|Latest Outlook 2013, 2016, 2019 (version 15.0/16.0) stores the account configuration along with encrypted password at the following location|
|HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0 or 16.0\Outlook\Profiles\Outlook|
Newer versions of Outlook store the ‘Exchange Server’ based passwords in the credential provider (like network passwords) which is more secure than other methods.
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Installation & Uninstallation
|It comes with Installer so that you can install it locally on your system for regular usage. This installer has an intuitive wizard that guides you through a series of steps in the completion of installation.|
|At any point of time, you can uninstall the product using the Uninstaller located at the following location (by default)|
[Windows 32 bit]
[Windows 64 bit]
How to Use?
It is very simple and easy to use. You can just start it by double-clicking on the executable file.
Here are the brief usage details…
For command-line version, check out our new tool – Outlook Password Dump.