Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
I was attempting to make a backup of my email was able to locate the files, in the identities folder. I put in a cd to make a copy and when I went back to the same location to copy all the files the identities folder data was now EMPTY?
I cannot locate any of my email .dbx files on my computer now? where did they go? How do I set up a new identity and get the email data in a file so I can back up? I have Windows XP
Try this free program http://www.oehelp.com/OEBackup/Default.aspx. I use the older one that is not available anymore.
You can also right click on any folder and go to properties. From there you can copy the folder path and paste it into "windows explorer" . Delete the folder description at the end and it will take you to the files. From there copy the files and put them on your backup media/devise
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
Have you tried this (http://www.pchell.com/support/restoreoe.shtml)
and also how did you search for dbx files? using the search tools? make sure that you are searching for hidden files as well,try to modify the search settings and also,go to folder options,make sure that view hidden files is checked and view files for unused extensions is checked before you do the search.. search using *.dbx
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
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