Having just spent several minutes weed-whacking a bunch of similar posts from hopeful marketers trying to provide tool suggestions to people having problems, I can say that such tool-only posts are an invitation sign to a lot more. Every morning I have to deal with one to three such posts.
Since you have the rep to see it, take a look at the deleted history of this question:
How can I extract email (in a PST) from an Exchange 2007 EDB file?
There are 5 deleted answers all from tool-vendors hoping to be the one that provides the (paid) lifeline out of a problem to someone, or someone with a similar problem looking for answers. ServerFault used to allow such posts, it couldn't be link-only but had to be directed at the question itself and not copy-pasted to a bunch of questions. Two-ish years ago there was a community change as a whole to start spam-flagging them. There were a few solid months of people dutifully mining old questions for just that kind of answer to flag and made a lot of work for us moderators.
The big problem with this kind of post is that it is a signal to other marketers that such backdoor marketing is welcome and we had many questions end up with six answers all from tool vendors saying 'my tool works too, just FYI'. We had several debates in mod-notify with some of these marketers that cites, "Well, it's allowed HERE
<link> so why am I getting the mod-hammer?" which made us have to weed-whack THAT question too. It leads to a sense of entitlement on the part of the marketers since there is no clean way to discriminate between actually-helpful and spam, so the decision was made as a whole to flag it all as spam since spam-bait is just as bad as the spam itself.