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Solved: Pls Help - IE6 / Outlook Express Upgrade Issue

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by glenbank, Feb 5, 2005.

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  1. glenbank

    glenbank Thread Starter

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    Hi

    would appreciate any help on this one - tried looking for a thread that matches my issue but no look.

    I have just upgraded to IE6. I use Windows 98 and was running Outlook Express 5.5. Now when I log into Outlook Express I can't see my previous e-mails and some are fairly important. I'm sure they are stored somewhere but how do I retrieve them and import them into OE6? Appreciate there is probably (hopefully!) an easy answer but beyond me...
     
  2. jd_957

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    have you tried searching your system. goto start, then search.
     
  3. glenbank

    glenbank Thread Starter

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    Hi Jd

    sorry to sound so dumb but I have no idea what to look for!
     
  4. jd_957

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    try searching for outlook express.


    click start, open search, ....then enter OUTLOOK EXPRESS. this should search your system for all files associated with that program
     
  5. glenbank

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    Thanks very much guys but problem solved - files were stored in OE4 rather than OE5 so are now imported.
     
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