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Need to recover the address lists from the outlk exp bckup

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:03 pm    Post subject: Need to recover the address lists from the outlk exp bckup Reply with quote

Hi All,

Before formatting the hard disk I took a backup of .dbs just copying the whole from the Outlook express ( not the Microsoft outlook ) which is located in local setting folder, and after XP2 installation restore the .dbs files into the folder of same. However my client is complaining that he is missing out hundreds of Address list from his contacts and rest everything is Perfect, i would like to know how to retreive or recover only the particular contact lists from the Bckup .dbs files of outlook express, your kind help will be appreciable.

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