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Is it possible to read .DBX files without Outlook Express

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I want to be able to simply read a single DBX file.  Is there a reader or viewer that will run on Windows XP?  Thanks.
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A DBX cannot be opened like a text file and read like a complete document but if you're wanting some kind of tool that will allow you to select a single DBX file and then put it into a organized list of emails and let you read it that way (without OE) then you can use a tool such as this :

http://www.snapfiles.com/get/dbxviewer.html

It should do what you're asking.
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