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Solved: Outlook Express backup of emails and settings

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by ryka, Nov 27, 2006.

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  1. ryka

    ryka Thread Starter

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    Hello,


    I plan to reinstall Windows in the next days ( recently I got a virus and after desinfecting it the computer doesn't seem to run as good as before ) but I need to backup Outlook Express email and settings. I know how to export the Emails and Address Book ( File -> Export ) but how do I save the signatures, rules, and other settings? :confused:
     
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  3. ryka

    ryka Thread Starter

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    Etaf, thank you very much for your suggestion!

    Was just what I needed. However, if I am to choose between a manual backup and a automated ( made by a software ) I would go with the last one, because I'm not the "do it your self" type, and I'm afraid of the possibility of losing it if I don't do it just right.

    Too bad the OE Quick Backup has been discontinued.. :(

    However, after searching for similar software tools on google I've found several (y) , such as Outlook Express Backup Genie

    This look like my problem is solved.

    Thank you! :)
     
  4. etaf

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    Your Welcome. (y)
    Would you now mark this thread solved - which you have the power to do from your first post.
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    Thanks (y)
     
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