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Outlook Express V6 - Import Other V6 Dbx Files?

When I copy the .dbx file into the proper identity with or without creating an empty folder with the same name, I get the folder, but OE says there are no Was getting into a muddle until I read Dennis59's note: MAKE SURE YOU SELECT THE OLDMAIL FOLDER AND NOT THE DBX FILES WITHIN IT. This has OE6 on it... These files were then copied across to the offending machine, and Windows Mail was then used to try and import them, via the Wizard, but once again the files were not weblink

It finally worked. However, when I try to import from that folder it tells me that there are no messages there. I would be very very grateful Mario Reply Vaibhav says: May 22, 2008 at 10:06 pm Hi Thanks sir it worked nicely & as result 2000 msges residing in my a/c We tried computers which had operating Outlook Express e-mail, and they did not work for our exporting.

All the folders are not hidden and Display contents of system folders is enabled. I am trying to move files to an older windows '98 system from a system with XP. Importing single dbx files into OE To backup and restore a single OE5 or 6 mail folder, save the appropriate dbx file.

Go to each of your .dbx files and display the Properties. Thanking you. In outlook 2003 first import the accounts. Or are they still on the stick?

Although it takes quite a while to relocated all sub-folder back to the right place, the main entries are easy to import. set as slave in the new system), then you just need to make sure your windows explorer allows you to see all hidden folders and files. Article C2029 - June 12, 2004 « » Share this article with your friends: Leo A. Enjoy Alton Reply Doron says: August 13, 2007 at 12:55 am Hi I followed the instructions and it worked perfect for me.

Please select another folder or try closing application that may > have the files open." I have checked read only, the *.dbx files are on my > HDD. Main Page Copyright 1999 - 2012 Stephen L. How do I import messages from an Outlook Express v5 pst file into Outlook Express v6 ? My old harddisk is still performing well (cannot see an error except for the diagnostic 07 code) & is slotted as a slave.

  1. Now, while offline in the old machine, I am able to see all mails in the IMAP folders.
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Reply johnny says: June 16, 2007 at 10:42 pm This procedure worked like a charm for me. If not, install updates (from Microsoft's site) on the 'Importing' computer... The Inbox folder you are accessing now is empty, does it show a message count at all? I'm trying to import old outlook express mail (version 6) from my old laptop.

Thank you!!!!! have a peek at these guys angel June 19, 2006 5:38 AM Hallo, I ahve a problem with my outlook express. Thanks dude! Cool Yahtzee game uploaded this weekend... 8.

It contains files named .dxf, .iaf and some others I can't remember. Clare Shemeta October 15, 2006 1:10 PM I am trying to import my old OE 6.0 inbox, and some other folders to a new OE 6.0 instance on a new XP Reply Bob S says: September 15, 2008 at 7:12 pm I think the issue was that when you go to select the folder, if you open it before selecting, it won't check over here I found it was mandatory to have the folders.dbx file, without it, Vista expected mail files only and didn't recognize the folders (I tried a couple of folders just to see

I have gone through the... Outlook keeps giving the message "This mail folder could not be opened. also....if you have XP: Importing Messages to WinXP Courtesy of PA Bear: Mail Folders, Address Book, Messages Missing After Upgrade to XP http://support.microsoft.com/?id=kb;en-us;q313055 Upgraded from...?

Guido [email protected] Reply Martin says: June 19, 2007 at 4:47 pm Hi, I've had vista on my laptop for a couple of months but have had to change back to XP.

I paid hundreds of dollars to someone for help with exporting a few files from our failed computer. Once you've selected that, press Next and you can choose which folders to import. So we have been having another look at it and tried using Outlook from the Office. Reply A Thankful User says: September 5, 2008 at 9:05 pm I am so thankful for your post, I just found the problem with import was doubling up the last folder

You should then be able to drag your old .dbx files into the stores folder and replace the empty subfolders you just created. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\IAM This key contains some information on the default accounts. Thanks, Mark C. this content TheBrit ninja'd me while I was posting.

Unable to import outlook express 5.5 to outlook express 6.0 9. Les Reply Pallavi Gupta says: September 3, 2007 at 9:00 pm Thanks Guys, this really helped me out a lot. THEN, paste these, or copy these, DIRECTLY into the NEW OE's Identity location. Next - ( then just) OK - then Browse.

Good luck! and I run Windows XP, OSX 10.5.7, and openSUSE 11 as well. and I run Windows XP, OSX 10.5.7, and openSUSE 11 as well. The path name has been checked as mentioned.

Then close OE and find archiv1.dbx and delete it. I'm now on a Win7 PC with Windows Live Mail...