OEX Update -- for OE and WinMail


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Steve Cochran

My OEX program (http://www.oehelp.com/OEX/Default.aspx) has now been updated
to work for both Outlook Express (XP and other OS's) and Windows Mail
(Windows Vista).

The program has also been re-written to improve functionality and
performance.

The various features are the same in both OE and WinMail and include:

Removing duplicate messages
Importing messages from other dbx files or eml files
Removing attachments from messages
Saving attachments from messages
Converting messages to Plain Text only
Exporting messages as eml files
Saving lists of messages in folders
Sending messages again
Editing sent messages to send again

Note that Windows Mail users can directly import from individual dbx files
(non-corrupt) into the WinMail message store using OEX. Messages can then
be imported across a network or from CD backups.

More to come!

cheers,

steve


Stephen L. Cochran, Ph.D.
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
Windows Outlook Express / Windows Mail
www.oehelp.com
 
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Guest

Steve/anyone, encountering error message re: Address Book WAB cannot be
opened after migrating to Vista? I'm using Outlook 2000 as part of MS Office
Premium 2000.

I have been doing some research and it seeds this is an old OE v6 problem
that seems to be carried in Windows Mail?
 
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Jim Pickering

Outlook 2000 depended on the WAB file for sharing Contacts between it and
Outlook Express. For that reason, I do not believe OFC2K is supported in
Vista (since it does not use or have a WAB file) but you'd do better by
asking in an Office newsgroup.
 
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Guest

Hi Steve, I have a question about your outlook express program that is going
to help me. I would like to know if there are any improvements to the
program after I have purchased it from you, will I somehow get these updates
(free of charge)?
 
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Guest

The whole program is free.

NYCMOM said:
Hi Steve, I have a question about your outlook express program that is
going
to help me. I would like to know if there are any improvements to the
program after I have purchased it from you, will I somehow get these
updates
(free of charge)?
 
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Guest

I didn't realise he was selling it. There was no mention of sales in any of
his announcements.
 
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Steve Cochran

It says on the website:

"Upgrades to registered users will be provided free of charge through
version 2 of OEX. Send an email to request update information. "

It took me 2 years to get to version 2, so I imagine there will be some
revisions before I get to 3. Any upgrade costs to version 3 or higher for
registered users won't be much. I just wanted to reserve the opportunity to
charge more if I add significant features.

steve
 

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