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No such thing! How to Find the Outlook Express store folder: 1. Thankyou, thankyou. So I went to the site Ridgerunr suggested and was working my way through the fix . weblink

Join Date Jun 2001 Location Albuquerque, NM USA Posts 14,686 pipercub--You can import email messages from OE to GMail http://email.about.com/od/gmailtips/...E_in_Gmail.htm http://www.ehow.com/how_2272690_impo...ail-gmail.html But have you given up on OE? It says unidentified error Reply With Quote October 30th, 2010,04:09 PM #4 Ridgerunr View Profile View Forum Posts Member: Mod Squad Join Date Aug 2001 Location Keizer,Orygun USofA Posts 10,636 Perhaps Mail downloads from the server, but I can only read my mail by booting in safe mode. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?246830-RESOLVED-Cannot-Open-Inbox-in-Outlook-Express

Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Outlook Express In the beginning I was able to restart my computer and it gave me a temporary fix for the problem. For now, I'll use a webmail program to read/write messages. Normally where I am using Windows XP I'd just go to my last good restore point.

I'm stumped. Outlook Express stores its messages in files with the dbx extension and each folder in Outlook Express corresponds to one dbx file. Open the first explorer window (The location where Outlook Express folder originally stored). (e.g. I will post if I get further information on changes to the patch.Click to expand...

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Last Known Good.... All rights reserved. to your 'Desktop\Outlook Express\") 3. check this link right here now I used Welshjim's reccomendation of the first link and got down to the step where it said to rename the file to "inbosold.dbx" and restarted outlook express and all the messages

I've heard it can completely disable your computer if you make a mistake. It is in these files that Outlook Express stores messages and service information. I guess it can be done if you know how to write the commands in DOS. by Coryphaeus / March 27, 2006 9:03 PM PST In reply to: P.S.

If I recall, SFC requires loading the Windows disk, and the subsequent prompts are confusing to me. Then access the Inbox to see if the error still persists. UBCD How to Burn an ISO Image to a Disc My photos Reply With Quote October 30th, 2010,03:58 PM #3 pipercub View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Nov Is it possible to use the WIndows XP disc to do a repair and get what I need to get over this problem?

Report • #2 beachyhbt March 16, 2015 at 09:39:31 I found some hits with a Google search:http://www.wintips.org/fix-outlook-...http://www.emailadept.com/outlook-e...http://www.outlook-expressrecovery....There are more, of course. have a peek at these guys toni1595, Apr 18, 2006 #5 GubNi Joined: Apr 20, 2006 Messages: 10 DD176ted's solution does not work. this is a default setting that can cause corruption in your .dbx files. past year's) there.

e.g. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Can't open mail in Outlook Express This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. And I didn't have any restore points before Saturday April 15th. check over here But I don't know if this is that big of a problem yet.

Create new subfolder(s) (under inbox) for every past year (e.g. 2015, 2014, etc.) and MOVE there the emails of the respective years. 2. Sorry about taking so long to reply. In Options menu click the “Maintenance” tab. 3.

Outlook Express is probably due for some maintenance.

Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Step 4. Let us know what happens. Double click to open My computer and in the address bar right click to paste the copied path and then press Enter. 6.

P.S. Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. this content You should use Microsoft Outlook (part of Microsoft Office) or something similar that's designed to handle large volumes of email.If you want to stick with Outlook Express you need to stop

Advertisement Recent Posts Did Jesus rise from the dead or Not Brigham replied Nov 8, 2016 at 5:17 AM No Internet connection etaf replied Nov 8, 2016 at 5:05 AM Copying past year's) there. READ MORE © CBS Interactive Inc.  /  All Rights Reserved. http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/...orruption.mspx Another way to read messages in a .dbx file is to use DBXtract.

Motorola Surfboard Model 5101. If you have moved your *.dbx files to another folder then select the Outlook Express Store Folder option and point Outlook Express to the folder that contains the *.dbx files that Please try again now or at a later time. English Русский Italiano Español Português Deutsch Français 中国的 日本人 한국의 FAQ - Frequently Asked Question list - Answer Question: Outlook Express Troubleshooting!

If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). the "Inbox" folder in this example). Loading... After you reboot the system.

Open Outlook Express program.* Notice:* When Outlook Express opens, recreates the deleted folder (e.g. Click the little button in the top to show updates then scroll almost to the bottom and uninstall KB911567. File size limit of 2 GiB is official info, present even in MS knowledge base -> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/903095 Reply Mahesh Tapase Jan 04, 2015 @ 09:54:42 If I have import my inbox inbox.dbx, Sent Items.dbx, Outbox.dbx, etc.) overrides the 2GB storage limit, then you cannot work with the corresponding folder anymore (e.g.

And I also have done a thorough virus scan and have checked my Zone Alarm for any restrictions and none are found. is the best and the problemis solved!!!!!!!!! Modems: 56k Intel HaM Data Fax Voice. For now I've left that update off my computer.


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