Help wanted with moving .dbx files.

  Dmiles 10:49 07 Jan 2009
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I have recently had a grand re-sort after losing data inadvertently. I bought a new HD and did a lot of reloading from the old HD (now a slave) and all is reasonably well !!
I managed to copy all my Outlook Express 7 folders/boxes to the new HD in a special folder I called "Brought In".

On the left of my Email screen I have the usual 5 or 6 boxes/headers and I want to add my 'saved' boxes but how do I do it please.

In advance, my grateful thanks to all and best wishes.

Derek Miles.

  DieSse 11:10 07 Jan 2009

You can import them (in the file menu) - it brings up a wizard - browse to the folder where the dbx files are stored, not to the actual files themselves.

  Dmiles 08:02 10 Jan 2009

Did what you said but couldn't make the required progress ?

I was asked to load files but the lower box said they had to be .iaf (I think or something like it ).
The only files I've got are .dbx ones,

I bet I haven't understood you properly but thats me !!

A bit more assistance if you can, Many thanks.

Derek Miles.

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