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    Default Viewing OE6 files?

    Does anyone know of a viewer that can read Outlook Express 5 and 6 files? (ie *.dbx files)
    Pre ver5 used *.mbx which could be easily read in any text viewer.
    Importing *.dbx files into a current copy of OE is impossible.
    A Note: don't use OE5 and 6 'folders' to store business related communications!

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    Default Re: Viewing OE6 files?

    I have found this page very useful:

    <http://pages.prodigy.net/jdjd/email/emailback.htm>

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    Default Re: Viewing OE6 files?

    Hi Morri,

    Had the same problem myself a while ago.



    Go to http://www.pcnet-online.com/dbxtract.htm

    Problems all solved.

    Cheers.

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    Default Re: Viewing OE6 files?

    Hi to Susan B and G McG
    Thank you both of you for your responses, and wouldn't you know it but you both recommended the same thing! So it must be good!
    The site you suggested Susan also had some other info of interest (filed away for future reference!)
    Thanks once again for bothering to respond,
    Morri

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    Default Re: Viewing OE6 files?

    Hi to Susan B and G McG
    Thank you both of you for your responses, and wouldn't you know it but you both recommended the same thing! So it must be good!
    The site you suggested Susan also had some other info of interest (filed away for future reference!)
    Thanks once again for bothering to respond,
    Morri

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