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Outlook Express Again


Victor48

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Fruit bat and Lotvic

Thanks for all your help.

The problem I have is that my account in XP is frozen by a trojan.

My other account is still okay but I am trying to replicate the Outlook Express account in the working XP account.

I have imported messages and address book okay. Thanks.

Now I need to import the messages folders. I can see them but don't know how to import them.

Any ideas.

Thanks

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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MAybe esier to get rid of the trojan What Trojan is it malwarebytes will get rid of most nasties.

I'm not sure how you have imported the messages but not the folders?

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lotvic

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As Fruit Bat /\0/\ has excellently posted the 'howto' steps in your other thread, I think you should stick to that thread instead of starting this new one. It will be much easier for those helping to be able to refer to Fruit Bat /\0/\'s instructions to find out which step you are having difficulty with. Other Thread

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