"Microsoft is taking more steps to make it easier for
enterprise and independent developers to create software that runs
on top of its Outlook e-mail file format, releasing a pair of
associated tools as open source.
"The move follows on Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) recent public
release of the data formats used for its Outlook e-mail client
"Now, the software giant is moving to provide tools to augment
the task developing software that uses the Outlook file format,
known as PST. The two new tools it released Monday are the File
Format Software Development Kit (SDK) and the PST Data Structure
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