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Files aren't there?

Hi its me techman991

either of the files you told me to delete are there

and this happens when i click a link in outlook express, thunderbird and outlook 2003 and when i open firefox

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Do a search for the file JS3250 and make a note of all the locations it appears in.

Download this version of the file, and copy it to all the locations you originally found it, then try again. Let me know if it works.

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Outlook Express data missing.


Offer several options.
1 As the .dbx file for the account has been lost, then you need a data recovery software to recover back that .dbx file. As the email recovery software comes into action when you have an .dbx file where the email recovery software can scan that file and then extract emails from that.
Your case is different, you have lost your .dbx file which means you cannot retrieve your emails.
To recover the .DBX file, through OE-Mail Recovery http://www.oemailrecovery.com/outlook-express-recovery.html
This data recovery software recoveres every file which was recently deleted or was deleted long time back. It can also recover files if your partition has been formatted, deleted or recreated.

Give it a try as it had helped me when the same case happened with me when i had lost my .dbx files.
2 You may need to unhide hidden files to see them. Open Windows Explorer folder and select Tools > Folders Options > View. Check "Show hidden files and folders". Click OK.


Try also to restore the file using this online service. I found it in Google. https://onlinefilerepair.com/en/outlookexpress-repair-online.html

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Please follow these specific steps and this should repair your issue or another paid way must assist you http://www.dbx.openfiletool.com/ DBX Open File Tool
https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/ae400b3b-17c2-4e89-b509-261ce01f185f/how-to-repair-damaged-dbx-file-of-outlook-express?forum=messengerconnect

Step 1: Save your existing e-mail
Launch Outlook Express.
Create a new folder under Local Folder:
Right-click Local Folder (in the left bar)
Select New Folder
Type the name of the new folder (e.g. Saved E-Mails)
Click OK
Click Inbox.
Select all your messages and move them into the new folder (e.g. Saved E-Mails).
Quit Outlook Express.

Once this has been done, we need to make sure we can have access to the inbox.dbx file. So now follow these steps.

Step 2: Show hidden files
Right-click the Start button and select Explore to open Windows Explorer or click Start and select My Computer.
Click the Tools menu and select Folder Options.
Click the View tab.
Select Show all hidden files and folders.
Click OK

Next we are going to find the file so we can delete it. Outlook express will later recreate it.

Step 3: Search for ".dbx" files

1. Click Start and select Search.
2. Click All files and folders on the right.
3. Click Advanced options, then click More advanced options.
4. Make sure that Search hidden files and folders is selected.
5.In the box labelled All or part of the document name, type *.dbx.
6.Click Search.

Now once you finsih the search, the file inbox.dbx should come up in your search results. select the file and press delete.

Once you have done this, you can go back into Outlook Express and it should have fixed the issue.

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Open Outlook Express. Right-click "Local Folders" and "New Folder.
Enter the command "backup" and press "Enter."
Highlight all the files you want to recover inside its folder by holding down "Ctrl" and "A" at the same time.
Right-click the highlighted files and choose "Move to Folder" from the sub-menu.
Click the "backup" folder you created and click "OK."
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Right-click the "backup" folder and choose "Rename." Type the name of the damaged dbx folder you just deleted and press "Enter."
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If you cannot open the .dbx file, you need to have Outlook Express installed on your computer. Usually outlook Express is the default email client for Windows XP. http://www.dbxconverter.com/ you can try to use this link to get teh converter of .dbx files to .pst files that you can use and read using Microsoft Outlook (Third Party) or Windows Mail (default for Vista) Windows Live Mail(Windows 7).
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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.
If your computer crashed, first of all you should make sure you have backup copies of your dbx files as well as of all other important data. It's good if you make backup copies of your data on a regular basis. But, unfortunately, in our experience situations are often encountered where there is already nothing to restore.
The process of data recovery from dbx files includes two stages:

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If your Outlook Express program is properly installed and tuned, MailNavigator will automatically find the dbx files from the information in the systems register. In this case you can load the dbx files from the Information Retrieval page by double clicking on each of them. Or search for messages in these files using the search system.
If MailNavigator cannot automatically determine the location of the dbx files (for example if these files are on a CD), first you have to find them using search tools, and then load them into MailNavigator using the menu command:
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eudora1.gif Once you've read the messages, select the ones that should be exported back into Outlook Express. You can use various filters to select the messages. If you want to export all the messages browsable in the Navigator at once, use the menu command:

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Having selected the messages, export them using the menu command:

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When the command is executed, there will be files in the export directory with extensions .toc and .mbx, and also a file descmap.pce. If there are attached files in the exported messages they will be saved in the subdirectory Attach.


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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