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ekim
17-01-2003, 01:40 PM
hi there i use microsuk outlook express in the last few days or so i have lost my sub heading like keep this and recpies etc can anyone help me get these back??

Thanks Mike
Queenstown

cyberchuck
17-01-2003, 03:50 PM
A few things:
1 - please refrain from insulting Microsoft. I have no probem with humor about Microsoft and with complaints about their products not working, however never insult them infront of me - I have found them to be a dedicated company that offers excellent support and great assistance when required - well that's my opinion anyway

2 - If you don't want to use Microsoft products then there are plenty of good free equivilants available on the net. For example - have you thought about using http://www.eudora.com/Eudora for your emails instead of Outlook Express?

3 - When you refer to Sub-Headings do you actually mean the folder list?
Click View > Layout > Folder List to bring this back



CyberChuck

cyberchuck
17-01-2003, 03:52 PM
> A few things:
> 1 - please refrain from insulting Microsoft. I have
> no probem with humor about Microsoft and with
> complaints about their products not working, however
> never insult them infront of me - I have found them
> to be a dedicated company that offers excellent
> support and great assistance when required - well
> that's my opinion anyway
>
> 2 - If you don't want to use Microsoft products then
> there are plenty of good free equivilants available
> on the net. For example - have you thought about
> using for
> your emails instead of Outlook Express?
>
> 3 - When you refer to Sub-Headings do you actually
> mean the folder list?
> Click View > Layout > Folder List to bring this back
>
>
>
> CyberChuck


Looks like I naffed up the URL - it should've been [url=http://www.eudora.com]Eudora (]http://www.eudora.com/Eudora[/url) - sorry

Rod J
17-01-2003, 03:56 PM
Could you give us a little more information please? Do you mean you had local folders for 'keep this' and 'recipes' and these have disappeared? If so, you may be able to recover messages in these folders by using DBXtract (http://www.oehelp.com/DBXtract/Default.aspx).

ekim
17-01-2003, 08:18 PM
thanks but that has bot helped the folders were in the same part the inbox etc

also since you were so difencive a bout microsoft i use xp and any time of the day out of the blue i go on \line and i cannect as usual but ie and out look come up with erros and i have to reboot

Merlin
17-01-2003, 10:21 PM
Either,
1. go back to school and learn to spell and enunciate clearly, or
2. go here (http://www.microsoft.com/) and attempt to read, or
3. . . . . . no - that could be inflammatory.