Hi, Outlook express stores mails in a *.dbx files. So search for the files and keep a copy of the folder that contain these *.dbx files. Then uninstall outlook express from windows component, you know outlook express is a component of MS WIndows, but you can uninstall it. After that re-install it and use the previously backed up folder as the store folder.
Just for your info, I use the program named Universal Extractor to unpack DBX files. I would suggest using the Binary Archive, because the installer version associates the program with DAT, BIN, DBX, and a couple of other file types.
Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express to extract all messages that should be recovered from the dbx repair file. You should save all extracted messages to the hard drive as message files in the eml format before a repairing Outlook Express.
For more information: https://repairoutlookexpress.recoverytoolbox.com/
Outlook Express does not come with it's own spell check installed with program. It utilizes Microsoft Office's spell check if it is installed or a 3rd party spell checker.
To configure Outlook express to spell check you need to go to the tools-options-spelling tab. If it is greyed out or unavailable then you don't have spell checking installed. If you don't have any of the office products or don't want to install them then you need a third party spell checking product.
If you have the email files only, you have to hook them up to OE first (temporarily) to be able to import them. It's described in the above document under "when Outlook and Outlook Express are installed on different computers".
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There is no setting as such. I suggest she check her anti virus settings and make sure it isn't giving 'false positives'. If it is not anti virus related she should contact her ISP/POP email provider and ask them for assistance.
Here is an utility which will specially developed for Outlook Express error. This software interface is easy to use, no technical skill req. User can see the preview of recovered emails in trial version.
Thanks Nasir for sharing your solution to the problem it will help anyone else in the future who has the same problem
Thank you all for all of your suggestions.
But i found a way out myself.
Just Open Outlook Express and folder in which you had copied your emails.
Then Simply select all the emails and Drag it to Outlook Express.
All of your .eml files will be automatically saved as .dbx in outlook Express.
Try downloading Firefox's Thunderbird which should be able to open them and convert them to a pst file. There is a converter called DBXTriever you can download as well, although I have no experience with that product (so cannot recommend).
Here are two pictures below. First step is to click New ' Event then enter the appropriate information for the meeting. Once you have the information entered, then select attendees by clicking the attendees link at the top and enter them. Once complete then click save, your meeting will be saved to your calendar and emails will be sent to the attendees who will then either accept or decline.