Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express
Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express helps to fix OE folders that look empty and extract messages from incorrect DBX files.
The user of the Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express tool can recover mail messages from *.dbx files in the Batch mode. If you recover messages in the Batch mode, messages are extracted from *.dbx files one by one and immediately saved to the hard drive. Batch message recovery can be used to recover correspondence from a large number of corrupted *.dbx files simultaneously. The Batch Mode will allows you to considerably save time and effort spent on organizing the process of recovering messages from corrupted *.dbx files.
Batch mail recovery is started with the Batch Mode button located in the upper part of the Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express window. It is also possible to start batch mail recovery by selecting the Batch Mode item from the Tools submenu of the main menu.
After that you should create the list of *.dbx files messages should be recovered from. If you have created a recovery list before in your work with the Recovery Toolbox for Outlook Express tool, use the Open Batch button in the batch mode to open an existing recovery list. If you are recovering data in the batch mode for the first time or you need to create a new recovery list, start with adding new *.dbx files to the list (the Add .dbx file button). Use the Source .dbx file field in the new dialog box to specify the path to the *.dbx file to recover data from. Use the Save Folder field to specify the path to the folder where messages extracted from the corrupted dbx file will be saved as *.eml files. Click the Add *.dbx file button. The selected .dbx file will be added to the recovery list. Add all *.dbx files mail information should be recovered from to the recovery list in the same way. To change the path to a dbx file or replace one dbx file with another dbx file, use the Update *.dbx file button. Similar to the procedure of adding a *.dbx file to the list, specify the path to the dbx file you need and the folder to save recovered messages to. To remove a dbx file from the recovery list, click the Remove *.dbx file button and confirm the operation. You can use the New Batch button to clear all records in the recovery list thus creating an empty recovery list. The created recovery list can be saved to the local drive as a .bat file (a text file). Use the Save Batch button to do it. Specify the location to save the recovery list to and enter the name of the .bat file. Click the Save button after that.
The following buttons are available on the recovery bar in the batch mode:
Use the above buttons to create a list of dbx files with messages to be recovered in the batch mode. Use the Start Recovery button to start the recovery process. Wait until the process is over according to the recovery progress bar.
Batch message recovery from corrupted dbx files is the best way to recover messages from a large number of corrupted dbx files simultaneously.