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What specific file does Microsoft Enterouge 2004 for Mac version 11.3.3 (061214) store its emails in?

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What specific file does Microsoft Enterouge 2004 for Mac version 11.3.3 (061214) store its emails in?

Is it the Database file?

How can I configure Microsoft Enterouge 2004 for Mac version 11.3.3 (061214) to reattach to this Database file so that the emails that are stored in it will show up in the Enterouge Inbox again?
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Users/your homefolder/documents/microsoftuserdata/office2008 identities/ (normally) main identity

Entourage comps all the emails contacts calendar data together into a single file called "Database"

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lloydforth1 earned 500 total points
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Sorry almost right you said 2004

so its

Users/your homefolder/documents/microsoftuserdata/office2004 identities/ (normally) main identit
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lloydforth1,

I have a Database file that is 1.1 GB in size.

How do I reattach this database file to the Microsoft Enterouge 2004 email program?
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Good information.
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