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5.01 Updated 07/22/04
Cost $ 14.00
OE5 and OE6 have a proprietary binary format that makes archiving individual
messages difficult. In addition, a number of people have indicated that their
message folders have become corrupted and OE can not read them. Consequently,
they have lost all the messages in that folder.
DBXtract extracts all mail and news messages from individual dbx files. After
extracting the messages one can drag them from a Windows Explorer folder into
an Outlook Express mail folder.
It requires the existence of the VB6 runtime dll, msvbvm60.dll. If you do not
have that in your windows\system (or system32 for NT / 2000) directory, you can
download it directly from Microsoft, by CLICKING HERE
The program runs in Win9x, WinMe, NT, Windows 2000, WindowsXP, and Windows
After installing the VB6 runtime files, you can then run DBXtract.
New to Version 5
1. One can select multiple dbx files from which to extract.
2. One can extract to subdirectories named after the file from which one is
extracting. For instance, if extracting from the inbox, the extracted files are
stored under a subdirectory called "Inbox".
DBXtract will not function properly with Asian versions of Windows. If your dbx
file is copied to a machine that has a non-Asian version of Windows, then you
can use DBXtract on that machine to extract your messages. Then you can copy
the extracted messages back to the machine with the Asian version of Windows
and then reincorporate the messages into OE. You also might try changing the
user interface from Asian to English and see if that fixes the problem.
Alternatively, one can try installing a Unicode character set instead of a DBCS
(double byte character set).
If you get a message with "Error 75" during extraction, then the dbx file is
likely cross-linked and you can either try making a copy of the file and
running DBXtract on that, or run scandisk first and then try DBXtract again.
The author makes no guarantees as to this software and the user, upon
downloading and executing it, does so at his own risk. DBXtract has been
extensively tested, however, and any risk would appear to be minimal. There is
no guarantee that the program will be able to recover lost messages.
DBXtract 5 costs $14.00 for a single computer license. The program is
Copyright 1999-2011 © Stephen L. Cochran, Ph.D.
and all rights are
reserved under international agreements.
To order DBXtract mail $14.00 to :
S.L. Cochran, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 132
Lookout Mountain, TN 37350
To order online, click the credit card button on the left below.
Once notified of your order then you will receive an email with instructions on
how to download the program.
PLEASE BE PATIENT!
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placed the order. Most orders are processed within a few minutes, but it can
take as long as an hour depending upon how slow PayPal is in notifying the
I have no control over how long it takes. As soon as the website receives the
notification, it sends out the email to you.
If you do not receive an email notification then:
1. Make sure your PayPal transaction email address is valid
and that you have checked the email from that address and not another address
for the email notification.
2. Check your spam filters
to ensure that you have not blocked the email notification.
3. If you do not receive an email confirmation with download instructions
after one hour, then send an email to the oehelp.com address listed
in your PayPal transaction. Do NOT email PayPal!
Email me at the oehelp.com address provided with your transaction.
The author is greatly indebted to Majik for his continued valuable debugging
assistance and suggestions during the period of development of this project.
Copyright 1999 - 2011 Stephen L. Cochran, Ph.D.,
All rights reserved under international agreements.