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Recover data from Outlook express .bak to Outlook 2013 .pst

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Radar335, Jan 21, 2015.

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    As a translator I need to recreate old e-mails and attachments to avoid to have to translate an entire novel once again. (After a few years, the publisher now wants to publish a new edition).

    But the only place this file is located, is as an attachment in my old outbox in Outlook Express 6.

    Unfortunately OE6 is history long ago on my computers, and no longer available.

    But I have managed to get out the .bak files from the old hard drive. Now I need to get out the contents.
    The files are inbox.bak, sendt.bak and deleted.bak

    Now I use Outlook 2013.

    I have seen for me to first convert .bak file to .dbx, then convert .dbx to .pst, and finally to import .pst into Outlook 2013.

    But whether this is possible or the best way, and how I do this easiest, I have no idea.

    All the solutions I've found on the web until now requires that I have OE6. Which I have not.

    Is there anyone who can help?
    Is there a procedure or an utility to help me out?
     
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