Where are Outlook Express emails stored on my PC?

Answer Outlook express stores emails on your computer hard drive. The default locations are C:\Windows\Application Data\Outlook Express\{GUID} or C:\Documents and Settings\User\Local Settings\ApplicationD... Read More »

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Where are Outlook Express emails stored in Windows?

A .dbx file in your user folder will store your Outlook Express emails. In Windows XP this file is generally located at C:\Documents and Settings\USER_NAME\Local Settings\Application Data\Identitie... Read More »

Where are filtered emails stored in outlook express?

When an Outlook Express email filter is created, the rules of the filter determine where the email is sent. It can go to various folders, including junk email and deleted items folders. You can cre... Read More »

Is there a limit of how many emails can be stored in Outlook Express?

Outlook Express stores emails in a .dbx file, which has a maximum file size of two gigabytes. To find out how large your .dbx file currently is, start OE, click "Tools," select "Options" and go to ... Read More »

Where are emails stored on XP Outlook?

You can tell Outlook XP where to store your emails. By default, Outlook XP will save your emails to a file in the "C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Ou... Read More »