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Gemius

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Hi

I was trying to add an extra E-mail account to Outlook Express when I realised I had lost all my OE folders containing all my past mail. Most of these were important to me and I cannot understand what I did to lose them. On further investigation it seems they are still on the hard disk as dbx files.

I cannot open these files however and from a trawl of sites dealing with dbx files it all looks a bit tricky.

Can anyone advise me on the best course of action to restore these files.

Thank you

Jim
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http://www.updatexp.com/tip23.html

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Thank you SRX That's a great little program which worked perfectly. I now have all my old e-mails in folders where I can save them to disk.

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