Corrupt Folders in Outlook Express 6


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Ed

Hi there
We have recently had problems with a virus called 'Dupator'. We thought that
we had successfully cleaned all files and the problem had gone, we now find
however that several of our .dbx files have been corrupted and are showing
the following error Folder could not be displayed
Outlook Express could not open this folder.




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Possible causes are:

Low disk space.

Low memory.


We have plenty of room and memory available on our machines and although the
files are large they are not as large as some of the files that we can open
successfully. There are emails that I urgently need access to so any help
would be much appreciated
Thanks heaps
Ed
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Try posting this in an Outlook Express news group - this is not one of them.
Outlook is a part of Microsoft Office and is what this group supports.
Outlook Express is a part of Internet Explorer and has its own news groups.

You can also find some good Outlook Express information here:

http://insideoe.tomsterdam.com


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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. Due to
the (insert latest virus name here) virus, all mail sent to my personal
account will be deleted without reading.

After furious head scratching, Ed asked:

| Hi there
| We have recently had problems with a virus called 'Dupator'. We
| thought that
| we had successfully cleaned all files and the problem had gone, we
| now find however that several of our .dbx files have been corrupted
| and are showing
| the following error Folder could not be displayed
| Outlook Express could not open this folder.
|
|
|
|
| --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Possible causes are:
|
| Low disk space.
|
| Low memory.
|
|
| We have plenty of room and memory available on our machines and
| although the files are large they are not as large as some of the
| files that we can open successfully. There are emails that I
| urgently need access to so any help would be much appreciated
| Thanks heaps
| Ed
 

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