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Using Outlook Express Store ( from XP) in Win2000 OE store.

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I used Windows XP, with Outlook Express.
I backed up the Store Folder for the emails.
Then I removed Windows XP, and installed Windows 2000
When I select the before mentioned store folder, to be used in outlooke express (now win2000) it goes fine, and tell me to restart OE.
I do so, and when it loads gives errors on startup of outlook express.

Can anyone help, ive got some very important emails I need, without having to reinatll xp all again.
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What is the error message?

Where did you back up the store folder?
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What is the error message?

Where did you back up the store folder?
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I downloaded a program called DBExtract which solved my problem, so? my question is sorted, yet.... none of the replies here are the answer, so howdo I close the question?
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