Email Recovery for Outlook Express v.3.3.1
Professional Outlook Express e-mail recovery software.
Outlook Express email recovery, DBX recovery, repair damaged DBX files, advanced Email Recovery Tool for Outlook Express users.
Outlook Express stores data in files with a .DBX extension. If a DBX file has been damaged for some reason,
Outlook Express stops working correctly. For a user, this may result in a number of problems, the most typical
- sudden disappearance of all or some messages in the Inbox folder or other folders;
- inability to receive new messages;
- inability to delete messages;
- the composed message is sent several times;
Email Recovery for Outlook Express is the advanced mail recovery software intended to restore
Outlook Express mail from corrupt DBX files. No matter how badly damaged were your dbx files, this Outlook Express
recovery tool will recover your emails with ease.
Email Recovery for Outlook Express scans DBX files and then recovers the emails stored in them. Recovered
emails are saved on the hard drive in the EML format. These .EML files can then be easily imported into Outlook Express
folders or alternative email clients.
With the help of Email Recovery for Outlook Express restore Outlook Express data is possible even if you don't
have a DBX files (after formatting the hard drive, for example) - you can perform a full disk scan and thus restore emails
and attached files that seemed to be lost forever.
Whether the data loss resulted from a power outage, hardware malfunction, a virus attack
or any other cause, Outlook Express Mail Recovery tool will get your email correspondence
back along with all attachments.
It also enables you to restore your emails if you were careless enough to format hard disk or
delete partition without backing up your data, and allows you to undelete messages accidentally
wiped from the Deleted Items folder.
And that's not to mention the fact that compacting won't be an issue anymore! The algorithms
utilized by the program allow restoring even those email messages that were lost due to the
compaction being interrupted. With the Email Recovery for Outlook Express you won't have to fear
that your whole email archive can one day suddenly disappear during a routine compaction.
The flexible tool, Email Recovery for Outlook Express offers you the options to retrieve all of your email data
as well as individual messages. To spare you from opening and reading unnecessary messages, the
app provides a built-in message filter that allows targeting your search. This way, you can, for
instance, choose to recover only the messages from a specific client, or those related to a certain
topic. When the message is restored, the program allows you to rename it to ensure that you will
not lose it again.
Whatever causes the data loss disaster, Email Recovery for Outlook Express does its job
flawlessly, recovering each and every message you need.
Important! If you use Windows Mail or Windows Live Mail
you should use Windows Live Mail Recovery software to restore lost emails -
- repair corrupt Outlook Express Inbox.dbx file
- recover damaged Outlook Express folder
- rebuild damaged Outlook Express dbx files
- recover deleted Outlook Express emails
- repair Outlook Express dbx files corrupted due compaction
- repair Outlook Express dbx files exceeds 2Gb limit
- restore Outlook Express mail from formatted drive
- restore Outlook Express mail from deleted partition
- recover Outlook Express emails even if you lost dbx files
- Recover Outlook Express emails from dbx files v.5.0, 5.5 and 6.0
- Supports Windows 98/NT4.0/2000/Me/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7
Email Recovery for Outlook Express works in the read-only mode and does not modify the source DBX files.
The instant preview feature of the demo version of software allows you to make sure that your messages can
really be restored from a damaged dbx file.
How to repair Outlook Express folders if you lost mail when compacting .dbx files.
How to solve Outlook Express folders' 2Gb limit problem.
How to import recovered emails back into an Outlook Express folders.