Reading archived folders  
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17 06:18:15 CST 2004 Top

Outlook General >> Reading archived folders

I am using Outlook Express 6 and have archived a file -
but I cannot find except as a .dbx file in the OE
directory I have seen messages referring to a personal
archive folder but cannot find any - please can someone
advise me?
Thanks
Dennis

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17 06:18:15 CST 2004 Top

Outlook General >> Reading archived folders

> I am using Outlook Express 6 and have archived a file -
> but I cannot find except as a .dbx file in the OE
> directory I have seen messages referring to a personal
> archive folder but cannot find any - please can someone
> advise me?
> Thanks
> Dennis

You are posting in the wrong newsgroup. Outlook Express is a much related
to Outlook as Word is to WordPerfect. Outlook Express used to be called
Internet Mail & News. It was unfortunate that Microsoft renamed it to
Outlook Express. Outlook Express is oriented towards a personal or home
user market and is a component of Internet Explorer and both are free.
Outlook is a PIM (Personal Information Manager) that includes e-mail, is
oriented towards the business market, and is a component of Microsoft's
Office suite (and you pay for it). Outlook Express is not a lite version of
Outlook, they are not siblings, nor are they code derivatives.

To post a query regarding Outlook Express, scan the newsgroups provided by
your server for those containing "outlook" AND "express". If you are not
using an NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol) client, like Outlook Express,
but are instead using a web interface to newsgroups which hierarchically
organize products, like Microsoft's Community interface to newsgroups, then
look under Internet Explorer to find Outlook Express.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17 06:56:43 CST 2004 Top

Outlook General >> Reading archived folders OK so I am in the wrong forum - thnak to Microsoft - but
also are many other OE users! I think you are a bit over
the top with your explanation!
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>> I am using Outlook Express 6 and have archived a file -
>> but I cannot find except as a .dbx file in the OE
>> directory I have seen messages referring to a personal
>> archive folder but cannot find any - please can someone
>> advise me?
>> Thanks
>> Dennis
>
>You are posting in the wrong newsgroup. Outlook Express
is a much related
>to Outlook as Word is to WordPerfect. Outlook Express
used to be called
>Internet Mail & News. It was unfortunate that Microsoft
renamed it to
>Outlook Express. Outlook Express is oriented towards a
personal or home
>user market and is a component of Internet Explorer and
both are free.
>Outlook is a PIM (Personal Information Manager) that
includes e-mail, is
>oriented towards the business market, and is a component
of Microsoft's
>Office suite (and you pay for it). Outlook Express is
not a lite version of
>Outlook, they are not siblings, nor are they code
derivatives.
>
>To post a query regarding Outlook Express, scan the
newsgroups provided by
>your server for those containing "outlook"
AND "express". If you are not
>using an NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol) client,
like Outlook Express,
>but are instead using a web interface to newsgroups which
hierarchically
>organize products, like Microsoft's Community interface
to newsgroups, then
>look under Internet Explorer to find Outlook Express.
>
>
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 17 16:27:56 CST 2004 Top

Outlook General >> Reading archived folders
> OK so I am in the wrong forum - thnak to Microsoft - but
> also are many other OE users! I think you are a bit over
> the top with your explanation!

So you would've preferred a more curt and possibly more rude response of,
"Go post in an Outlook Express newsgroup"?