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E-mails I moved a laptop between countries (to England) and tried to set up e-mail there. Tried Mozilla, lost all my e-mails that had been delivered to inbox. Went back to outlook express and subsequently had two lots of e-mails delivered which then disappeared. Not all, but about 90%. I noticed that the second time this happened was after the computer rebooted on its own. Do I have a virus, and where can I find these lost e-mails. My product is not as shown below (your site won't let me enter my product) it is an Acer notebook 5600

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Did you have a lot of emails saved. Outlook Express does have a 2 Gig limit on storage space for emails.

 

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