people, makers of the superb free browser, have come out with a new free mail program called Thunderbird. I'm happy with the Mac OS mail program, Mail, but if for some reason you're using Eudora, or heaven forbid Outlook Express [makes gesture to ward off the evil eye], and assuming you aren't actually trying to collect computer viruses for home study, you may want to download it
and consign your buggy Microsoftware to the ash head of bitstory.
I'm glad I'm not the only person who considers Outlook the virtual spawn of Satan. For browsers, I like Safari, but my knowledgeable friends think I'm crazy.
I know a lot of softwares working with emails. But one of them liked me and I downloaded it from a soft blog - open a .dbx file. It solved all my troubles for minutes and without payment as far as I remember. Besides the software demonstrated for me how it recoveries represents the analysis of separate dbx files, because Outlook Express splits your mailbox into several files. It is quite easy to use..
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