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    Indox.dbx

    When i came to start outlook express it was unable to load my inbox. I have now discovered that the indox.dbx is corrupted. Is there any way i can salvage any of my emails form this file or possible reapir it sum how. It contains a couple of years emails.


    HELPpppp

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    read this for now

    warning

    they want your money


    if its a really important data
    you may consider it

    but wait till i find anything to help


    http://www.clickok.co.uk/filerepair/

    heres ontrack software to help you

    http://www.ontrack.com/easyrecoveryfilerepair/


    ok
    here is something free that should get you on your way


    http://www.msexchange.org/pages/article.asp?id=15

    lots of info and a guide


    goodluck and pleae post more if you need help


    and let us know what happened

    backup your original file for more tests

    egghead
    Last edited by egghead; September 24th, 2002 at 17:07 PM.
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    much appreciated, waiting to here from u

    Cheers

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    Precision Processor Super Moderator egghead's Avatar
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    these guys have a demo program to fix your dbx file


    http://www.officerecovery.com/outlookexpress/index.htm

    get the demo and see

    its really expensive


    maybe you should give the xp system restore a try

    first backup the dbx file and then create a system restore point

    start menu
    all programs
    accesories
    system tools
    system restore

    create a restore point

    call it corrupt database

    save


    now go back and do a system restore

    go back the earliest you can

    when you know it worked


    after your reboot
    try it

    if it worked

    save your file


    i dont know if it would work because system restore is not supposed to delete certain files but its better than paying $300

    now use system restore and go back to your original state


    goodluck
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