Corruption or any other malicious infection in Outlook Express dbx file leaves you in great trouble. Outlook Express email folders become inaccessible, email client starts hanging up, sent messages showing empty, etc. when size of Outlook Express email file .dbx is at the verge of crossing 2 GB read more...
Outlook Express users are generally fed up with problem of Outlook Express hanging at start up. You start the Outlook Express email client for accessing emails and other items, but to your surprise it simply hangs up thus leaving you incapable of accessing Outlook Express email data. Mouse cursor read more...
Outlook Express 6 is an email client that works with Windows operating system. It is compatible to POP3 and IMAP and it stores email data items in the form of .mbx or .dbx in the hard disk. All the Outlook Express file and folder have own separate DBX file name such as Inbox.dbx, Sent Items .dbx, Drafts .dbx etc. When .mbx or .dbx file gets corrupt, you need to recover file and folder like inbox, send items, draft and new created folders. Regular backup of these DBX files is necessary as you may require to restore them during any email data disaster condition. Read more
MS Outlook Express is an email client like MS Outlook but it use .DBX file format to store its email items such as mailbox, journals, folders, inbox, calendars, etc. The stored .DBX file size has a limitation of expansion and beyond certain limit they start behaving in an unexpected manner. As you know, large size of Outlook PST files result sluggish performance of MS Outlook, in the same way large size of Outlook Express DBX files also degrade Outlook Express performance. When any user send/receive emails having attachments then gradually the size of .DBX files get expand to an alarming level. While working with a large database of Outlook Express (.DBX files) users come across different error messages and performance issues. Sometimes, DBX database files get broken down and thus vital email data become out of order. Read more
People frequently notice that Outlook Express is not performing in the proper way. Such sluggish performance of Outlook express can make a user’s life really miserable. There are many reasons of Outlook express poor performance like accidental deletion of emails, unexpected system shut down, virus attack etc. Read more
Like MS Outlook, Outlook Express is also used as an email client that stores emails, newsletters, contact information, sent items, drafts etc of users within a single folder. The database files used in the Outlook Express are stored with the extension .dbx. Outlook Express holds individual DBX database files for every folder present in Outlook Express, such as Inbox.dbx, Contacts.dbx, Outbox.dbx, etc. So, the DBX files are the most significant components in Outlook Express for securing all the Outlook information of the user. Read more
Microsoft outlook express is simple email messaging program bundled in window program. Emails of outlook express mailbox are stored in .DBX files in the hard disk. Due to software and hardware malfunctioning, the DBX files become corrupt or inaccessible. The inaccessibility of the DBX files also locks the outlook express mailbox for editing. Read more
Microsoft Outlook Express is one of the most popular and commonly used email clients that store all the mails in DBX file format. DBX files may get corrupt, damaged or inaccessible due to various reasons such as software malfunction, hardware malfunction, large DBX file size, Read more
Outlook Express is one of the most popular email clients in use in world today. The easy-way-of-doing-things is probably what draws Users to opt for this email client. All the mails in the Outlook Express are stored in a file called .DBX file. Due to various software and hardware malfunction reasons this file may go corrupt resulting in the inaccessibility Read more
While working with MS Outlook Express, you might usually come across many MSIMN error messages. Like, “MSIMN caused an invalid page fault in module Msoe.dll” “MSIMN caused an invalid page fault in module “unknown”” “MSIMN caused an invalid page fault in module read more...