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    How to backup Outlook Express email folders and settings

    I want to reinstall Windows Xp soon, as I got a virus and after cleaning the computer doesn't work as smooth as before. I gives some strange erros and sometimes it justs hangs up... I want to backup Outlook Express emails and settings before reinstall, and restore afterwards. Any help?

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    Re: How to backup Outlook Express email folders and settings

    Google is your friend - 2nd hit: -

    How to back up and recover Outlook Express data

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    Re: How to backup Outlook Express email folders and settings

    Thank you! I did some searches on the google and found a program that does what I want: http://www.bodrag.com/outlook-express-backup.html

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