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jasperjaz
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Hi, my windows mail is corrupted and will not open. I want to put all the mail on a USB Flash drive. However, I can't find it in c:\users\user\appdata\local\microsoft\windows mail

See below. Is my mail still here in one of these files?

All I see is these files and folders

windowsmail (3).pat windowsmail (3).patMSMessageStore windowsmail (2).pat windowsmail (2).patMSMessageStore windowsmail.pat oeold edbres00002.jrs edbres00001.jrs edb00101 edb edb.chk account{3285AF5D-5097-B6CA-EE.............................OEACCOUNT account{3285AF5D-5097-B6CA-EE.............................OEACCOUNT

FOLDERS which appear to be empty: Stationary microsoft communities (1) microsoft communities local folders (1) local folders Compact backup

Any help would be greatly appreciated

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jasperjaz

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It says I have an answer but I can only see my post??

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chub_tor

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Do a Search for *.eml and you should see all your email files in Windows Mail. Then you can back them up to your memory stick.

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jasperjaz

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No .eml files... How could they have disappeared? Can I use data recovery software to find them?

Thanks

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