Close OE and then in Windows Explorer, click on the dbx file for the missing, or empty, folder and drag it to the Desktop. Now look in your Recycle Bin. -- Hope this helps. Thanks. Gerry ~~~~ FCA Stourport, England Enquire, plan and execute ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ drummerchick wrote: > Hi > I am new. > Please help. > Yes, my outlook express compacted my stuff and looks http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-dbx-files.html
The two most common reasons for what you describe is disruption of the compacting process, (never touch anything until it's finished), or bloated folders. Select All Folders (Or pick the ones you want)>Next. Bak files are copies of dbx files! > >> >> Most people don't know anything about .dbx files, and I think you're >> wrong to assume he is talking about them He does mention dbx files! https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-networking/how-to-recover-the-bak-folder-in-outlook-express-6/e4b8c0cd-5d75-4236-9a68-ae85478652a8
These newsgroups do provoke confrontations from time to time > but they are a great place to learn. Reply lucarinf January 4, 2016 at 1:58 am Thanks for sharing Julio. ggeeabecadkc Reply Peter says: 03/07/2016 at 8:06 AM Wished to express my gratitude as Outlook Express deleted the past 18 months of my inbox today. Open "My computer" & click on the "Tools" option in the Menu bar.
Close Outlook > Express when it has completed. > > Now look in your Recycle Bin. > > -- > > > Hope this helps. > > Gerry > ~~~~ > If you have created a lot of folders they will be listed with a .dbx extension. (Example: Mary.dbx, Inbox.dbx, etc.) Look for the missing folder named John. Many people do not back up Outlook Express on a regular basis. The size of the file >> was 80.7 mb and the size on disk 46.1 mb.
Hopefully not! Unable to perform the steps / Issue more complex?? I proceeded to reopen Outlook Express 6 and all of my sent and received files are now gone... https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-recovering-bak-files-for-outlook-express-6-0.787199/ Close the message store and open OE.
The BAK files should move from the Recycle bin to Backup. All rights reserved. Close Outlook Express and open the Recycle Bin. Close Outlook >> Express when it has completed. >> >> Now look in your Recycle Bin. >> >> -- >> >> >> Hope this helps. >> >> Gerry >> ~~~~ >>
If that was checked, then read on. karma may well jump right back at you and bite >> you >> in the a**! >> >> First of all, I don't use OE's compression, I avoid it. >> >> Well, if you don't learn to use the proper terminology instead of your choice of synonyms, then we'll all be sitting on the edge of our seats awaiting that glorious day. Search for: Recent Posts Uninstall Microsoft SecurityEssentials How to switch between inbox styles inAOL How to stop Windows update from prompting/Installing Internet Explorer9 How to remove the underline for desktop iconfont
However, I believe myself to be someone who can admit mistakes (and have done, on more than one occasion). http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-folders-accidentally-moved-to-program-files.html Password Register FAQ Calendar Today's Active Topics Search Notices Viewing on a mobile device? If you click on INBOX and open the INBOX folder, the Outlook express will create a INBOX.DBX file for you in its Storage Folder/area. 4. Here is what I did.
Your up-to-date A/V program will continue to protect you sufficiently. There are more than enough individuals who seek to cause trouble purely for the sake of making others squirm when you make minor mistakes or oversights. Generated Tue, 21 Feb 2017 17:33:12 GMT by s_wx1221 (squid/3.5.23) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.2/ Connection news Uncheck the option "Hide extension for known file types" By doing so, the file extension will be visible and we can locate the .dbx and .bak file easily.
Most people don't know anything about .dbx files, and I think you're wrong to assume he is talking about them here. More you share, more you learn. 7 Responses to Import mails from .bak file into OutlookExpress Keith Rowlands says: 08/04/2012 at 2:26 AM What a Star you are Sir! Tools | Options | Maintenance | Store Folder will reveal the location of your Outlook Express files.
www.cybertechhelp.com | home Cyber Tech Help Support Forums > Software > Applications How to Restore BAK files in Outlook Express 6 User Name Remember Me? Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. It may turn out that you are right about him meaning compacted .dbx files, but, either way, talking down to people in a derisive manner when in no-one's wildest imaginings, might This new mandatory backup is something people have been asking for quite awhile as we spend a lot of time helping people getting their messages back, and they have to purchase
Open the Message Store, delete the DBX files and rename the BAK's to DBX. You have done! -- Gerry ~~~~ FCA Stourport, England Enquire, plan and execute ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > > > == > > Cheers, Tim Meddick, Peckham, London. > > > > > "Gerry" A backup copy of each dbx file is placed in the Recycle Bin before compaction. More about the author If it isn't already in the message store, open the Recycle bin and right click on the bak file for the folder in question and click Restore.
Minimize the Message Store. No, create an account now. Solved: Recovering bak files for Outlook Express 6.0 Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by semperfi58, Jan 5, 2009. I found an answer telling me to go to > the recycle bin, I did this and there they were.
Open OE. Do not >>>>>>> attempt to >>>>>>> interrupt or stop the process until it has completed. There are over 256K in files being saved here and I keep having to run : Disk Cleanup. : : How do I rid myself of this? : : Tom Select OE6>Next.
Any hope for retrieval?