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I can not restore e-mails and letters.

By JohnDVazquez ·
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Afterr OS collapse. I ran Setupcor.exe and system recovered. In principle, all managed to keep, except e-mail databases Outlook Express. Actually the files of former Outlook Express folders are preserved (files with the extension * .dbx), but I have to open them in Outlook Express after reinstalling can not. Basically, I figured out where the problem is - the accounts of these folders from Outlook Express are registered in the file folders.dbx and after reinstalling the OS file was re-created with the new accounts have other folders. Maybe someone knows the thread - how to register a new folders.dbx accounts of old folders? Old folder whole - they can be viewed by using the plug-in to wincommander and letters there all survived ...
What to do next I can not understand. Advise please.

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by RehaAndrew In reply to I can not restore e-mails ...

In this situation outlook wont help you much. Do one thing delete your corrupted file from store folder.
This will create space for new folders.dbx.

Again download newgroups fro each account
Reset synchronization options on IMAP, Make changes on message rules

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Re: I can not restore e-mails and letters.

by CliftonTaft In reply to I can not restore e-mails ...

I think it is necessary in any case to move the database to another folder, then create the folders in Outlook, it is necessary to close Outlook and move the base back.
While I would in your place just regained them special prog. For example this: http://www.repairoutlookexpress.recoverytoolbox.com/ It's Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express.
You are faced with a fairly common problem. So read it here: http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook-express/316-how-to-repair-outlook-express
I think you will find a couple of sensible advice.

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