Question about Microsoft Outlook Express
On a computer running Windows 7 when you start Outlook Express mail said that would be nice to compress folders and user agreed. During compression, there was an error File in Use, then the folder Inbox is missing some of the letters. Usually during compression creates a file with the extension .bak, but in this particular situation it is not created. Attempted to restore letter program Recovery Mailbox - she does not see the missing letters. Tell me, which of the existing programs to restore dbx-files suitable for solving my problem? Thank U.
Deleted items are not in the inbox.dbx anymore, they are in the deleted items.dbx file now.
Were you able to select what folders you want to import from? If so, select the Deleted Items folder so it will be imported. Otherwise, if you can you still open OE, move all the deleted email back to the Inbox.
If those two things don't work, use to Outlook Express Restore Toolboxhttp://www.outlookexpress.restoretools.com/
Posted on Jul 11, 2015
There is a tool which can help your recover from the corrupted dbx in recovery mode.check more here-
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rgarding outlook express 6
Solution is posted in the Microsoft support site
The link is given below :
If you dont want to open the link :
To resolve this issue, contact Network Associates for an upgrade to the latest version of VirusScan that is compatible with Outlook Express.
For more information about how to update your VirusScan software, visit the following McAfee Web site:
Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support. This contact information may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this third-party contact information.
To recover the data from the Inbox.dbx file: •
Restore the Outlook Express store folder to its original location from your backup.
• View the Network Associates "Outlook Express Inbox Corruption" article that addresses this issue.
To view the article, visit the following Network Associates Web site:
Note This article provides information about DBXtract. DBXtract is a recovery tool that you can use to restore corrupted Outlook Express e-mail folders. Other recovery utilites are also available.
For a complete list of the available tools, visit the following Web site:
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Posted on May 08, 2008
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