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On the Start menu, click Control Panel. 2. Install and configure Windows Live Mail to use instead of Outlook Express (see related article below, "Email - How to Setup and Use in Windows"). Click the Import button and select the first *.iaf file from step 1. Here is the link for the right forum Good Luck! -- Roady Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office related News Also Outlook FAQ, How To's, Downloads and more... ----- "Stephen"

If Internet Explorer will not re-install, first edit the Windows Registry (see warning below) to indicate IE is not already installed, and then repeat installing (as described above): Click Start, click Contents 1 Importing more than one Outlook Express identity 2 Advanced alternatives 3 Windows 7 4 See Also [edit]Importing more than one Outlook Express identity The above procedures should work fine Stephen Guest Can anyone help me.........I am presently having a problem with my 'Outlook Express'.

Make sure the extension for the exported file is “iaf” (for Internet account file) Repeat steps a through c for all mail accounts Click the News tab and repeat steps a On the File menu, select Folder, and click Compact All Folders. Then use the ImportExportTools extension in Thunderbird to import the .EML files. what version of Windows?

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The fairly safe procedure he spelt out above worked well enough that I dont really need to embark on the more worrying possibilities If you find yourself in a similiar fix This works because IMAP supports remote folders (on the mail server) that you can access just like they're local folders. You can work around this by using an older version of Thunderbird. I have never > had a problem with this over the past three years, until > now.

  • Import the mail messages from your old Identity: On the File menu, click Import, and then click Messages Select Microsoft Outlook Express 6 from the list of programs, and then click
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  • Click Yes to switch to the new Identity.
  • Now click on the file menu & select Identities/Add new identity.

If you have the *.dbx files from Outlook Express but no longer have Outlook Express itself you could import them into Windows Mail using File -> Import -> Messages -> Microsoft The anti-virus e-mail scan is not needed to protect your computer, as I have explained in a previous column. Board index All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Login FAQ / Rules Register Search Boards : Knowledge Base: knowledge base chat about fr ja es mozillaZine is Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.

If you are prompted to import settings or messages, select “Do not import at this time” or select Cancel. Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 9 posts • Page 1 of 1 DaveP Posts: 3227 Joined: 9 Mar 2007, 4:20pm Location: W Mids Outlook Express identity problem Quote Postby Then import the mbox files using the ImportExportTools extension. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Identity Login window - Cannot Access Outlook Express This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our

Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. {{offlineMessage}} Try Importing from Outlook and Eudora in the built-in import wizard was disabled in version 38 as they broke. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. On the right pane, scroll down and see if Protected Storage status is Started. 5.

If the same error occurs again, restart your computer and try compacting again. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Do not try to use your computer until Compact completes.

My lap top computer have same settings as this Stationary computer, but on lap top all is working ok.

Click Cancel to close the New Account wizard. However, the latest updates from MS are not installed.I think I was able to log in using a password several days ago. Sorry I'm notm in the office or I'd have more comprehenive resources to try.... Screenshot Now switch Identity, (from the File, Switch Identities) click on the Tools menu & select Accounts/Mail.

Set the Startup type to Automatic and click OK. 7. See Migrating messages using a mail server for more information. Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS Cycling UK Forum Discussion boards hosted by Cycling UK Skip to content Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered topics Active topics Search his comment is here Best regards.

I found out why I had the problem (my fault) and now have Outlook access. Does anyone know of any software that could allow us to reopen her identity so as to retrieve messages etc? Now from the File menu, select Exit and Log Off Identity. Thake a look at this Does any of it sound familiar?

We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. She tried it one day last week and got the message "Password Incorrect". To go to CTI's menu of Help & Tutorials, click here. Top DaveP Posts: 3227 Joined: 9 Mar 2007, 4:20pm Location: W Mids Quote Postby DaveP » 12 Sep 2008, 6:45pm Its Windows XP SP2, Outlook Express 6 I had actually found

Select "Microsoft Outlook Express 6" from the list and click Next. 3. Offered for Free Stolen, Lost, Found, etc. I don't get to do much end user support these days at work as I'm "the boss" and meant to be above such things! Repair Internet Explorer by using the System File Checker in Windows XP: Click Start, click Run type sfc /scanNow, and then press ENTER Follow the System File Checker prompts (this can

To import the information from other identities: Start up Outlook Express, select "File -> Identities -> Manage Identities" and change your default identity to another one which you wish to import. I do not know what the password is, so I cannot access my e-mail.HELP! A popular replacement for Outlook Express is Thunderbird. Reinstall Windows in-place (see related article, "How to perform an in-place upgrade/reinstallation of Windows XP").

Top cranky Posts: 538 Joined: 3 Jul 2008, 11:28pm Location: Glasgow Quote Postby cranky » 12 Sep 2008, 5:47pm Which version of Windows are you using? This is where you tell me that this is the only bullet proof bit of Windows security isn't it?