Soft Ambulance for Outlook Express
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003|
|File size:||6.83 MB|
Publisher description for Soft Ambulance for Outlook Express
Permanently deleted important messages? Lost access to email after a system failure? Corrupted DBX database? Get back your email and restore Outlook Express operation in a matter of minutes! If Outlook Express crashes while accessing a DBX file, you™ll lose access to your email archive “ but not your messages! SoftAmbulance 4 Outlook Express effectively recovers lost email and repairs corrupted DBX files completely automatically. Can™t access your mail? Outlook Express does not open? Empty mail folders? No problem! SoftAmbulance 4 Outlook Express fixes major problems as effectively as it handles minor issues. Deleting a message from Inbox does not erase the message permanently. All messages you delete go into the œDeleted Items folder where they can stay indefinitely unless you remove them from there. Once you purge the œDeleted Items or erase a particular message, there is no easy way to get it back if you change your mind. Don™t panic SoftAmbulance 4 Outlook Express recovers deleted messages along with any attachments. But don™t wait for too long as Outlook Express optimizes its database regularly, purging the deleted messages from the folders to optimize the speed of access and the size of its databases. It™s in your best interest to download and run SoftAmbulance 4 Outlook Express right away! Can™t access a folder? Maybe it™s because the DBX file is over 2 Gigabytes in size. Fix the 2GB problem easily and automatically! The product is well aware of the Outlook Express limitations, and splits DBX files that are too large to be handled correctly into smaller databases, effectively solving the 2-gigabyte problem. Have a bunch of messages and want them in a stand-alone DBX file? Use SoftAmbulance 4 Outlook Express to export email into DBX format recognized and accessible with Outlook Express! Want to export your messages into a set of separate EML files? That™s easy if you use SoftAmbulance 4 Outlook Express!