Outlook express messages were crashed. How to make dbx repair process?
I have about 50 oe messages which were damaged by a virus.
Outlook Express Repair Toolbox for restoring e-mails from unreadable folders in Outlook Express. Extracts messages from .dbx files.
> Microsoft Outlook Express 2GB repair: Restore messages from files larger than 2GB
> Batch restoration mode for *.dbx files
> Restore information from *. DBX files for Outlook Express 5, 5.5, 6
Product page: http://www.outlookexpress.repairtoolbox.com/
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