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Friday, September 15, 2006

Easy Outlook Express Repair

Easy Outlook Express Repair is a utility for restoring damaged folders in Outlook Express. If Outlook Express cannot find your messages in its folders, you can use Easy Outlook Express Repair to get your messages back as well as to recover the damaged Outlook Express folders.

If Outlook Express data files (dbx files) are somehow damaged and you cannot use Outlook Express to view the messages stored in its folders, Easy Outlook Express Repair will help you to extract messages from the damaged folders and save them to the disk. The saved messages can be viewed in Outlook Express and/or imported to any other mail client. Using the program does not require any special skills. You will recover your lost messages just in 2 steps. To recover messages from a damaged folder, you only need to specify the file to be recovered and the location on the disk to save the recovered messages and do not forget to press the "Start Recovery" button. Easy Outlook Express Repair will read the specified dbx file, extract messages from it and save them to the disk (in the Demo version only the last 10 messages are saved).

Easy Outlook Express Repair is an easy-to-use wizard having 2 pages. On the first wizard page the user should select an Outlook Express dbx file to be recovered.

On the second Easy Outlook Express Repair wizard page, you should specify the location to save the recovered messages to.

To start the process of recovering Outlook Express files, you should press the "Start Recovery" button. During the recovering process, the number of recovered messages, the number of saved message and the percentage of the overall progress in the recovering process is displayed in a special window.

When the recovering process is over, the folder with the saved recovered messages is opened in Windows Explorer. The messages will be saved to the disk as files with the eml extension.

Click this link to download Easy Outlook Express Repair: http://www.mail-repair.com.

This article courtesy of
http://www.ezhomerepairsite.com.

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