Like MS Outlook, Outlook express is also an email client used by both home and professionals over Windows operating system. It is compatible to POP3 and IMAP email protocols and stores various email data in the form of .mbx or .dbx in the hard disk data area. There are numerous reasons for corruption, damaging, or inaccessibility of Outlook Express mailbox data. Most common reasons of DBX file inaccessibility are corruption of .DBX file header, permanent deletion of .DBX files from “Deleted Items” folder, accidental deletion of emails, corruption in storage media, virus attacks, abrupt system shutdown, hardware failure, and so on.
Recoveryfix for Outlook Express recovery tool is now available to resolve all such issues and restore entire Outlook express email data. By using this proficient tool, you can successfully recover emails from corrupt, damaged, as well as deleted Outlook express mailbox files. When recovery process gets completed, this Outlook express repair tool displays the list of recovered email items (permanently deleted email data are displayed in red color for easy identification). From the displaying list of recovered email items, you can easily select and save them in different formats: .EML and .DBX. Thus, it completely recovers emails, attachments, images, Unicode characters, permanently deleted emails, email properties (To, CC, From, BCC, Subject, date, and time etc.).
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Recoveryfix for Outlook Express repair tool is available with a free trial version to let you experience its features and performance before deciding to purchase the full licensed version. The free demo version of this Outlook Express repair tool works just like the full version but allows you for saving only first 10 emails from every recovered email folder. To save all recovered email items, you must purchase the license version of the software.
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