saving files

  qwesaws 07:33 06 Jan 09

my op is vista 32 and i save emails by the move to folder method and I would like to burn these folders onto a CD I have a burner program but how do I do it the same applies to the favourites folder how do I save this please.

  rawprawn 10:00 06 Jan 09

click here Amic Bacckup will save your emails directly to a cd, for Favourites you could just select all and copy to your CD drive

  palinka 11:12 06 Jan 09

Vista has its own "burner" - just right click the folder/file you want to save to CD,and choose "Send to..." the choice will probably be "DVD drive" even though you're saving to a CD. Put a writable CD in the drive and follow the instructions.

  qwesaws 12:08 06 Jan 09

I`ve managed to save the dbx files now how do I open them? please

  qwesaws 12:43 06 Jan 09

although I said I saved the dbx files infact I haven`t i have only some of them, how can I save all emails in the email folder the one where the emails go when you click move to folder

  rawprawn 16:31 06 Jan 09

Not sure I understand what you mean, if you use Amic as I suggested you can save all your emails and settings to anywhere you want. To read them you must restore them to your email client. They are for backup purposes.

  Quiet Life 17:16 06 Jan 09

This free program will let you open dbx files and let you read the e-mails, click here
In XP I find the Outloox Express file and then send it to aflash drive where the above program then lets me open and read the e-mails.

  rawprawn 17:31 06 Jan 09

Nice link!

  qwesaws 08:55 08 Jan 09

I`ve installed the oeviewer but it will not open all folders, says no message inside, can you explain the process you use ie find file send to flash drive etc bytheway my OS is Vista 32,

  Woolwell 10:08 08 Jan 09

Which e-mail application are you using? Is it Windows Mail? My understanding is the OE doesn't work with Vista and hence oeviewer is no good for you.

  Quiet Life 00:47 10 Jan 09

Your problem was opening DBX files which are used by XP in Outlook Express. Vista uses Windows Mail which has a different file system and OE Reader cannot en them.

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