Outlook Express Repair Toolbox

Solution for restoring e-mails from unreadable folders in Outlook Express. Extracts messages from corrupted *.dbx files.

Microsoft Outlook Express Inbox repair tool

How to repair Outlook Express 6.0/5.5/5.0?

Main capabilities of the Microsoft Outlook Express dbx repair tool include:

  • Restore information from *. DBX files for Outlook Express 5, 5.5, 6.
  • Microsoft Outlook Express 2GB repair: Restore messages from files larger than 2GB.
  • Save data as separate *.EML files.
  • Recover deleted messages.
  • Recover emails in various formats: plain text, RTF and HTML.
  • Recover emails with file attachments.
  • Repair folder structure and folder types when saving separate *.eml files.
  • Batch restoration mode for *.dbx files.
  • Easy, user-friendly wizard for restoring data in .dbx file repair tool.
  • Selective saving of restored mail.
  • Compatible with Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, Me, XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1 and Windows 10.

Outlook Express Repair Toolbox helps to extract messages from folders looks like empty. But please do not execute Compact procedure before.

Note: The community of Repairtoolbox.com solution provider offers intelligent and powerful Outlook Express Repair Toolbox software that does not belong to open source tools, freeware or GNU General Public License (GPL) programs. Free version of application offers all recovery features of full version.

System requirements of Microsoft Outlook Express 6 repair tool: Windows 98 and above

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Step I

Specifying the path to the corrupted Outlook Express dbx file

Step II

Review of the messages list extracted from the damaged DBX file

Step III

Check message for futher save

Step IV

Selecting a type of messages for a saving

Video Manual

Errors

With Outlook Express Repair Toolbox you can fix next errors:

  • Folder could not be displayed.
  • Message could not be displayed.
  • Outlook Express Error 0x800420CB: “Message Could Not Be Opened From Outbox Folder”
  • Outlook express could not open this folder. Possible causes are: Low disk space. Low memory.