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Outlook express problems

LAST WEEK OUTLOOK EXPRESS WHEN OPENED AND E-MAILS WERE DOWN LOADED I GET THE SENDER AND SUBJECT, BUT NO CONTENT / NO ATTACHMENTS...
IF I WRITE A E-MAIL TO MY SELF IT GOES BUT WHEN I RECEIVE IT IS ALSO BLANK.. WITH ONLY THE SUBJECT / BUT NO CONTENT..
I DOWN LOADED INTERNET EXPLORER 7 FROM MICROSOFT WEB SITE AND REINSTALLED.. THEN ALL NEW RECEIVED MAILS WERE READABLE...ONLY FOR 2 DAYS, THEN NOW SAME PROBLEM HAPPEN AND I CAN NOT FIX, I HAVE REINSTALLED / I HAVE RESTORED BACK TO EARLYIER TIME , NOTHTING... NOW HAVE MORE THAN 30 BLANK E -MAILS FOR PAST 4 DAYS.. HOW TO FIX? ALL OLD MAILS ARE READABLE.
SEEMS DBX FILES ARE ALL INTACK

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Check your recycle bin. There may be in your files. They will have the extension .bak In that case, you have a file size is exceeded, or an error occurred. Then you will need to resort to specialized software. Many recommend this program: http://www.outlookexpress.recoverytoolbox.com/
I myself have not tried Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express, but people say it always helps.
But I would advise you to read here about the problem: http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook-express/395-something-wrong-with-outlook-express-how-to-fix-it

I hope my answer will help you. Good luck!

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Solve your outlook express problem from outlook express repair software. I would like to recommend Kernel Recovery for Outlook Express software to repair outlook express problem.
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Have a look at this follow the instructions it should make it all better.

MailNavigator can cope with the task of restoring out-of-order dbx files when Outlook Express itself cannot read them and when a range of other programs are not capable of restoring the information contained in these files. These situations can happen because of viruses, computer breakdown, power interruptions and many other reasons, leading to errors in the file system.
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Once the mailbox in Eudora format is created, open the program Outlook Express and use the menu command:
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In the opened dialogue box, as the program from which the message is imported, select: Eudora Pro or Light:
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In the next dialogue box indicate the directory in which you put the messages from MailNavigator at the export stage:
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Further, if Outlook Express finds mailboxes in this directory, it will suggest you select one of them for import:
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All that remains to do is to press the Finish button, and a folder containing the imported messages is created in Outlook Express. hope this helps

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