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Best software to recover OE6 deleted e-mails?

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    I need to to recover several hundred deleted messages in OE6 on a co-worker's computer (running Windows XP Pro). The messages have been permanently deleted but the Deleted folder does not appear to have been compacted. When I checked the Deleted items folder, it only showed about 5 recent e-mail messages. I located the Deleted items DBX file and it was over 450 MB in size. I have made a copy of the DBX file just in case the person decides to click "Yes" when OE asks if they want to compact folders.

    A Google search finds a lot of paid applications and many offer a free demo mode of the program. Rather than try a bunch of free demos to decide which one to purchase, I would like to find out if anyone here can recommend any particular program. The person deleted whole folders of messages and it would be a big plus if the software could also recover the folder structure.
     
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