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Unable to access outlook express.Get the following message: Outlook express has encountered a problem and has to close. Tell Microsoft about this problem.

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Just uninstall that program and re-install usin same version

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Can't send emails in Outlook Express


Save yourself alot of headaches and use a web-mail service like Gmail.

Oct 27, 2014 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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Hi All, Can anyone please tell me how to stop Outlook Express from popping up wanting to free up disk space by compressing it EVEN when its not installed. I've had it on numerous computers and it


When messages are deleted in Outlook Express, they are not actually removed from the database containing your email data. Rather, the messages are marked to let Outlook Express know that they can be removed the next time the database is compacted. Compacting the message store is necessary for Outlook Express to maintain a reasonable database and avoid file corruption. Because it is necessary, Outlook Express offers to compact your message store every 100 times the program is used. If you do not compact your message store, the message will continue appearing. Compact the Outlook Express message store manually to remove the message asking if you would like your message store compacted automatically.
Compact the Outlook Express Message Store Manually Launch Outlook Express. Click "File," then click "Work Offline." This disconnects Outlook Express from the Internet temporarily, ensuring that the message store is not in use while you are compacting the database. Note: If you do not want to compact the Outlook Express message store at all, see Section 2. Click "Tools" and then "Options." Click the "Maintenance" tab. Click the "Clean Up Now" button. Click the "Compact" button. This process may take some time depending on when the message store was last compacted. Click "Close" or "OK" to close each window. The offer to compact the Outlook Express message store automatically will no longer be displayed. Click "File" and "Work Offline" to reconnect Outlook Express to the Internet. Compact the message store periodically to prevent the message from being displayed again. Remove the Offer to Compact the Message Store Without Compacting section 2 Press the Windows logo and "R" keys to display the "Run" dialog box. Type "regedit" without quotation marks into the box and press "Enter." This opens the Windows registry editor. Click the plus icons on the left side of the folder tree to navigate to "HKEY_CURRENT_USER," "Identities," "(long string of letters and numbers)," "Software," "Microsoft" and "Outlook Express" folders. Click the "5.0" folder under the "Outlook Express" folder. Find the value named "Compact Check Count" on the right side of the window and double click it. Change the number displayed under "Value data" to "0" and click "OK." Close the registry editor. Outlook Express will not offer to compact your message store again until it has been launched another 100 times. Hope this helps

Dec 11, 2012 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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Deleting outlook express messages from in box


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Hi! Follow these steps to get the information:
1. Re-create your mail folder hierarchy by dragging folders into place in the Folder list. Note that any folder you have created to group sub-folders but that does not itself contain messages will not appear in the Folder list and so must be created again.
2. Re-download the list of newsgroups from each news account.
3. Reset your subscribed newsgroups and download messages again.
4. Reset synchronization options on IMAP and newsgroup folders.
5. Edit any message rule that moves or copies messages to folders other than the Inbox.
Also you can use: Easy Outlook Express Repair

Free-to-try version is available here: http://www.mail-repair.com/

Oct 12, 2012 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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I have an EMail with 16 photos attached - it will not "go" nor can I delete it. How can I get rid of it?


Disconnect the network-cable from your computer, to block Internet access.

Start Outlook Express.
Instead of selecting the "Inbox" mail-folder,
select the "Outbox" folder.
Click once to select the E-mail message.
Use your mouse to "drag-and-drop" the message to your "Inbox" folder.
Close Outlook Express.
Reconnect the network-cable.
Open Outlook Express.
Check your "Inbox" for that "undeliverable" message.
Open the message, or delete the message.

Nov 05, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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I am trying to export my messages from Outlook


I dunno but you might be better off just copying the outlook express data files from one computer to the next instead of trying to export.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/270670
from the horses mouth.

Oct 27, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Lost all my mail in Outlook Express,  I think I still have in on my other hard drive but my Outlook Express just disassociated with it, so to speak.  I had problems around 1,000 messages in many...


Outlook express has a nifty feature called import and export tool. You can find more information on this by going to the Microsoft website here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/270670

exerpt: "This article describes how to back up and to restore the following items in Microsoft Outlook Express:
  • Messages
  • The Address Book
  • Mail accounts
  • News accounts 

Sep 15, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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Message: Outlook Express has encountered an


Hi,
 
Most likely there is a email with a virus in one of your outlook express folders. Download a 30 day trial of Kaspersky internet security and run a full scan on your computer.
 
Alternatively, you could try creating a new Identity in outlook express, only problem is you wont be able to access your old emails. But you can always switch back and forth. To do this Click on File – Identities – Manage Identities. Here you can create a new one and configure your email settings. Though this may work, this may only be a temporary solution.
 
Hope this helps. Please rate your feedback!
Thanks,
VJ

Mar 05, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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