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how do I get my outlook express into windows 7

Q: how do I get my outlook express into windows 7

First question: Is there a difference between Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail?

Second question: Is one of the two already in Windows 7?

Third question: I was going to do a Windows Easy Transfer from my computer running XP with Outlook Express to my new computer with Windows 7. If Windows 7 already has Windows Mail or Windows Live Mail will all my messages etc. in Outlook be transferred into the new mail program?

Fourth question: If Windows 7 does not have one of the mail programs mentioned should I download one of them into the old computer and move my messages etc. from Outlook into the new program and THEN do an Easy Transfer into the new computer (after I also download the same mail program into that computer if it doesn't already have it)?

If this has already been addressed in another post please direct me there.

THANK YOU!

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A: how do I get my outlook express into windows 7

I don't know what you stand to gain from "easy transfer". When you move from XP to 7 you have to do a clean install. Win 7 has no email program at all. (It was Vista that came with Windows Mail which was very similar to OE.) The Win 7 replacement for OE is Windows Live Mail which is one of the downloadable apps available via the Suite of programs called "Windows Live Essentials". The 2011 version takes some getting used to, what with the ribbon interface and the "sign-in" option for using some "Live" features like tying emailed photos to Sky Drive and keeping a copy of all your contacts and their organization into groups on the web. But underneath the unfamiliar stuff lies the familiar (although sometimes buggy) OE funtionality. Windows Live Mail can easily import your OE Messages and Contacts. You just need to save your old Outlook Express Messsage store for the emails and your .wab file for the contacts. Also you may notice that Windows 7 has a "User" folder called "Contacts" so be ready to completely ignore it since the WLM you download will have its own method and location for handling contacts. I suspect the Contacts folder you see was put their in anticipation of carrying over Vista's email program which was never implmented in Windows 7.

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Dear Forum ;-)

One of our artists is going to be moving from a Mac to a PC (Windows XP), and we need to be able to move his existing Outlook Express messages from the Mac to the PC version of Outlook Express. I did catch this thread:

http://forums.techguy.org/t39571/s6355aab44212d144ad0c5c591fdb21ab.html

but the link to the "OE Exporter" is broken. It looks like it worked, too. Does anyone have any suggestions, or a new link to OE Exporter?

Thanks in advance.

Marc Hoffman
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/converting-outlook-express-mac-to-outlook-express-windows.101964/
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I am trying to Copy Outlook Express data from a XP computer to Outlook 2007 on windows 7
contacts and emails years of them in folders

the microsoft help says run outlook express on the outlook computer

its windows 7 and not available as far as i can see

help appreciated please

A:Help! Copy Outlook Express data to Outlook 2007 on windows 7

Hello rogerk, welcome to Seven forums.

Sorry no one has replied before, but I hope this might help:
How to upgrade from Outlook Express to Outlook

more information and guidance here:
How to import addresses from Outlook Express to Outlook

http://www.sevenforums.com/microsoft-office/225359-help-copy-outlook-express-data-outlook-2007-windows-7-a.html
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I am an old guy. I tend to like Outlook Express. Some years ago I finally got it customized in terms of text size and layout the way I like. I am used to it. But, it seems to have some kind of fatal flaw - that every year or so MS OUtlook Express's InBox gets corrupted and makes either or both sending or receiving email no longer possible. It is as if after working properly for a year or two the InBox file gets to a certain size and goes haywire. Is there any remedy for this? Is there a more stable version of Outlook Express or another mail program that is very similar but more stable than OE that I can import my settings into?
 

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A:Export Outlook Express XP into Outlook 2007 Windows 7?

If it's possible then I suspect it's far more likely you'd do it using an import feature in Outlook 2007 as opposed to an export feature in OE6, and I doubt the change of operating system really has much influence on this.

I'm not running Office 2007 on the machine in front of me, otherwise I'd check some of the options myself for you - but if you look at the import menu in Outlook 2007 (or if you're really stuck, the help files!) then I feel certain they'll be an answer already waiting for you

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I just received my new laptop running windows 7 and I installed Outlook Mail 2003. I'm trying to import old outlook express mail (version 6) from my old laptop. Can someone tell me how to do this?

On a related topic. Should I install Outlook 2007 on my computer instead of 2003? I chose the 2003 version as I have read reviews that Office 2007 is no good. I'm asking because I can see Microsoft releasing a new version of Office which would be more compatible 2007 than 2003.

Thank you,

A:Importing Outlook Express into Outlook '03 in Windows 7

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Pinarello911


I just received my new laptop running windows 7 and I installed Outlook Mail 2003. I'm trying to import old outlook express mail (version 6) from my old laptop. Can someone tell me how to do this?

On a related topic. Should I install Outlook 2007 on my computer instead of 2003? I chose the 2003 version as I have read reviews that Office 2007 is no good. I'm asking because I can see Microsoft releasing a new version of Office which would be more compatible 2007 than 2003.

Thank you,


Hi Pinarello911,

Your first question.
You need to localize the outlookexpress folder on the old system.
It contains files named .dxf, .iaf and some others I can't remember.

Copy the folder to your new system.

In outlook 2003 first import the accounts.
File->Import->accounts->outlookexpress

To import addresses you need to open address book and choose import.
Then chose outlook express again.

I hope I remembered this right, because I haven't used 2003 for quite some time.

Your second question.
Not much has changed in outlook 2007, so changing only for outlook isn't worth your while.

Office 2007 for me personally is the best office to date, but lots of people hate it because they don't like spending a bit of time getting to know the new layout.

If you are planning to use 2007, make sure you first do the imports from outlook express to outlook 2003, and then from 2003 to 2007, because 2007 can't import from outlook express directly.

Hope this helps.

Let us know if you need more detailed help.
Then I will install 2003 and post screenshots.

Greetings.

Michel

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I am trying to import OE5 .dbx files from a Win2k machine to a completely different machine (Win2003) with OE6. Everytime I try to import the DBX files I get an error message stating:

"No messges can be found in this folder or another application is running that has the required files open..."

The thing is I have even tried copying the DBX files from the old machine to the new machine and importing them from a directory on the new machine. I stil get the same message!

Another strange thing is the impor facility on OE6 does not provic an option import OE5 files, only OE4 & OE6.

I've already imported my mail accounts and address book, just not my messages.

Any ideas how to fix this?

Thx in advance.
 

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Hi afrank

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

What is the complete error message you are receiving when you attempt to send mail?
Right click on the error message and copy it then paste it in your next reply.

http://ask-leo.com/outlook_error_0x800ccc0d_how_do_i_fix_it.html
 

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Windows Mail (Vista) and Windows Live Mail (part of the Windows Live Essentials suite) are renamed versions of Outlook Express. They're even built from the same codebase and use the same version numbers.

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If anyone is kind enough to answer please explain fully as l cannot help her as never had that e-mail programme.Personally l think she would be happier with what we have in Win 7 but she is adamant she wants the above so l offered to ask the Site.
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A:Outlook Express on Windows 7.How to?

To put it simply, Outlook Express was replaced by Windows Live mail with the introduction of Internet Explorer 7 and was decomissioned.

Trying to download Outlook Express in Windows Vista or Windows 7?

http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/136965-outlook-express-windows-7-how.html
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A:Windows XP SP2 and Outlook Express

theraly said:

After installing SP2, I cannot connect to my POP3 server through Outlook Express. I never had the issue until I installed SP2 and now I get a time-out error. I tried to reinstall OE and I uninstalled SP2 and nothing worked. I have check the account setups and they are the same as before? Any thoughts?Click to expand...
welcome to the forums
have you checked here:

http://support.microsoft.com/xpsp2getinstall
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842242

these are two good starting points. SP2 has a firewall. Did you try turning off the firewall to see if it was preventing your email server from getting thru - that is one of the reported problems with SP2...doc
 

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Can someone tell me why I cannot open Outlook express or if there is another site that I can check my e-mail from my pop server so I can delete old messages. The ones that are coming in on yahoo are a lot of duplicates so no wonder the box is full.

tootsie

I will have to read the post on this site since I cannot receive my e-mail anywhere else
 

A:outlook express in windows xp

Hiya

When you go and try and clear the Inbox, have you doublechecked all Deleted and Sent folders? They may have loads in there.

Also, for OE and Yahoo, have a look at this:

http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/pop/pop-06.html

Regards

eddie
 

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I'm looking for email suggestions or a way to get outlook express on the new computer. I don't have outlook so that's not an option.

A:outlook express and windows 8.1

Outlook Express hasn't been around for some time. Windows 8.x has a simple mail client but you would have to purchase a full version of Outlook to get back something like you have been used to. Fortunately, there are less expensive, even free, alternatives. This article covers the issue.

Windows 8 Outlook Express: What Has Happened?

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For the last couple of weeks everytime I open my outlook express then read my emails and then close it I get an icon on my desktop appear that is just a white icon that has this symbol on it for it's name ~ . When I click on the icon and go to properties it says the type of file is "file" and that it was created today (or whatever day it happens to be) and modified and accessed today.

I was thinking I must have some sort of virus or something and have run housecall several times. Nothing comes up...Any suggestions on what this is? It's making me nervous and I have no idea what it could be. Please keep in mind that I consider myself somewhat computer literate, but no expert by any means!

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A:Need help. RE: Outlook express and Windows XP

Hi There!

the "~" character normally references a Temp file.

Try running a Disk Cleanup and see if the problem goes away. If the problem persists, then your temp directory may need to be cleared re-created.
Good Luck!

ST
 

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When I reboot (which takes forever) OE6 may or may not work.

Any suggestions? Appreciate your help.
 

A:Outlook Express in Windows XP

I would back up all your important data first, then follow the instructions in the link below.

http://kb.wisc.edu/helpdesk/page.php?id=5097

.
 

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A:Outlook Express from Windows 98 to XP

Inside OE tells you all about the different files, settings, and where they're located

try using OE Backup to save address book, account settings, email .dbx files etc, on the original PC

then install it on the new one, copy the saved files over, and it will plop them (the technical description for restore ) into the new OE for you

note: watch out for overwriting any email messages etc you already have in the 'new' OE
 

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Walter

A:Can Outlook Express be used under Windows 7?

Not natively, no.. the best you can do is to run XP in a VM...

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A:outlook express in windows 7??

It's not there, and its replacement, Windows Live Mail isn't exactly well defined as such. At least that was my experience when I went looking.

I'm not sure what Windows Live supports so I don't even know if it would let you use it on something besides hotmail.

I'd look at alternatives like Mozilla Thunderbird or the built in mail client that comes with the Opera browser.

I've used both and liked them both, though it's been a while since I used either. I don't even use the email provided by my ISP any more.

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A:Outlook Express Windows XP

Go to My Computer right click on it then select Properties. Click on the Disk Cleanup button under the pie chart. Check all then click ok. Also try installing CCleaner this is an advanced cleaner which will do a better job that Windows built in Disk Cleanup utility. Do not use the registry cleaner tool in CCleaner we do not recommend it.

Also try deleting any old emails that are no longer needed.

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A:Outlook Express In Windows Me

HI Barnsworth.
The deleted items folder, which is where your deleted emails go, has a size limitation.
Do you empty your deleted items folder on a regular basis?
If you do, the next time it happens, close OE and just delete the "Deleted Items.dbx" file via explorer instead of going through the uninstall-reinstall proccess. OE will automatically build a new one the next time you launch it. If the problem goes away, an item in the deleted items folder itself is most likely damaged or corrupted.
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Now that I am migrating over to Windows 7, is there a version of outlook express I can use?

A:Can I run outlook express on windows 7

  
Quote: Originally Posted by mikeeva


Before everyone starts to rip me apart, let me explain what I am trying to do.

I use 2 different email accounts (with comcast.net) to separate my normal home emails and those serviceing sites like Freecycle. For my home stuff, I use Outlook 2010 which installed fine on Windows 7. Previously in XP I used outlook express for non-home related stuff. This works fine in keeping the two streams of data separated.

Now that I am migrating over to Windows 7, is there a version of outlook express I can use?


According to MS
Outlook Express isn't available in Windows Vista or Windows 7?you can't download it or run it on either version of Windows. However, you can install an e‑mail program from another company or use Windows Live Mail?a free program that is part of Windows Live Essentials.

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Any ideas please?

Thank you

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A:windows 7/outlook express

irishendur:
Sadly, you don't. Microsoft discontinued support for O.E., yrs ago.

Now, you need to use Windows Live Mail.

If you have OE data [ address book ], msgs on disks or flash drives, you can import it to Windows Live Mail.

Here are 3 links, to get you started.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/...ssages-into-Windows-Mail-from-Outlook-Express

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/getting-started-with-e-mail

http://www.pcdon.com/080113OutlookExpress-WindowsLiveMail.html

Please run this forum's system info utility & post the results.
http://library.techguy.org/wiki/TSG_Valuable_links

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A:Outlook Express on Windows 7?

I agree, Live Mail isn't to my liking either. Windows Mail ala Vista would be a fantastic optional downoad via update I reckon. Same goes for Windows Calendar. :-)

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Ive check the News Account configuration many times and nothing's wrong there. Im doing exactly what I use to do before the computer was reset. I dont know why it says "no sender was specified" as ive put my sender in.

Can someone please help.

A:Outlook Express In Windows Xp

How did you set up your mail and news accounts? You have to have the right pop/imap, smpt, and/or news servers. Some require authentication to post. And AFAIK I don't think you send e-mails using your news account (you post to newsgroups).
Mail setup: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/.../oe/setup.mspx
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/...ailserver.mspx

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A:Outlook Express 6 and Windows 7?

You were previously using XP?
 
Outlook Express is the email client built into Internet Explorer, so OE6 comes as part of IE6, which is not Vista/Windows 7 compatible. (There are ways to do it, but not the simplest.)
 
I have no idea about the download you refer to, but I'd think you should be able to export the emails and contacts and import them into a current email client:
 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/257173
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/175017

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A:microsoft outlook express (windows xp)

Is this the same message to a number of addressees?

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No.  Outlook Express died with previous versions of Windows.
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Live_Mail
 
Louis

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A:cannot find outlook express - windows 7

Outlook Express died with XP (not quite, but nearly).
Windows 7 doesn't include a email program.
Most users will download and use Windows Live Mail
Mail - Windows Live

Another favorite option is Mozilla Thunderbird
Thunderbird - It?s All Yours

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I posted an earlier thread about installing Outlook 2003 onto a Win 7 64bit but have since found something that maybe a better fit for my situation.

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This old email client is very familiar to me and does exactly what I need. Plus it will be easy to import my large address book and email store folder over and be up and running in no time flat.

My question is, has anyone installed and tested this....? Is this a safe download...?
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A:Install Outlook Express 6 onto Windows 7

I've frankly never heard of it at all on this forum or elsewhere.

I'd love to know that it works and is fantastic as I certainly liked OE.

If I downloaded it, I'd certainly upload the file to Total Virus to see if they get it a pass.

Let us know if you learn more or try it out.

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I use windows live mail from the windows essentials download
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http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/windows-29/replacement-outlook-express-windows-10-4596709/
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They are now part of your ordinary Data files in your My Documents and can be copied to your Documents folder in Windows 10, same as the rest of your Data files. A doubleclick on an .eml file will cause it open in your default email client.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/windows-29/windows-10-outlook-express-files-4596382/
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A:Why can't open Outlook Express in windows XP

Hi,

Check out this article. Point # 7.
Or, try this

1) Start your computer and log on as an administrator.
2) Click the Start button then select All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then click System Restore.
3) In the new window, select "Restore my computer to an earlier time" option and then click Next.
4) Select the most recent system restore point from the "On this list, click a restore point" list, and then click Next.
5) Click Next on the confirmation window.
6) Restarts the computer when the restoration is finished.

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A:Outlook Express 6 SLOW in Windows XP SP2

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A:Outlook Express for Windows 10 download

Outlook Express is not supported in Windows 10 and has not been supported for quite a long time (i.e. since Windows XP).
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A:Outlook Express to Windows Live Mail ???????

Problem solved from post by RichC and StevenD on 6-17-2010 Thank you

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A:Windows Easy Transfer & Outlook Express

mccoady welcome,

Some reading for you -

Download details: Windows Easy Transfer for Windows XP

Windows Easy Transfer - Transfer To & From Computers

Import your e-mail, contacts, and calendar into Windows Live Mail

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[I have spent hours going thru "options" "OE help" and even "Tech Support Guy." I even registered. And, I will donate!]

With deepest appreciation for solutions.

charles
 

A:Outlook Express 6, Reply to Email, (Windows XP)

See if this program will solve your problem. Strip Mail
 

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A:Has anyone successfully got Outlook Express working in Windows 7?

I dont have the answer to your question, but why bother with a none supported old email client. There are many great ones to chose from

Top 12 Free Email Programs for Windows - About Email

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Not that I know of. Windows Live Mail is the "new and improved" replacement for Outlook Express.

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See An Outlook Express Repair Kit

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Hello Znord, and welcome to Vista Forums.

Did you mean MS Office Outlook instead, or to convert your messages for Outlook Express in XP? Windows Mail is the new Outlook Express in Vista.

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A:Using Windows Mail, but outlook express comes up in other applications??

Outlook must have come preinstalled. Go to control panel, progarms and look for outlook. If there uninstall.
If not there
Go to search,
type outlook
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thanks

A:Outlook express to windows live mail

Are you sure Windows mail can deal with a zip file when importing?

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General advice: the export/import capabilities of mail programs are clunky and very shaky. If possible, export as few folders as you can stand to do.

If you open Windows Mail and go to its import function, is there a direct choice for OE?

I went through what you are trying last spring and don't recall how I resolved it.
I can tell you I did not like Windows Mail. I chose to go with Thunderbird and have no regrets. It can be configured to be very very similar to OE.

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A:Outlook Express 6 In Windows XP Home Edition

Open OE, click on VIEW then under SORT BY click SENT. This might do the trick.

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yes no

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A:Reinstalling Windows- Backing up Outlook Express

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Originally Posted by Radiojoe3152


I have too many problems with my system and am planning on re-installing windows off of my system operating Disk. I was wondering how I can back up my Email from Microsoft Outlook Express?




This should help

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/188854/

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/reinstalling-windows-backing-up-outlook-express-118461.html
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First thing I would check is to see if the computer has voice recognition enabled and if there is a mic on the machine that is picking up backround noise (t.v., office conversation, etc.). Many people have experianced this "ghost". I red a story where a couple had a new computer and it started typing their e-mails. Some of it was giberish and misspelled words and then they started seing things like CIA and got worried. This was around 9/11 and they had CNN on 24/7 and it was picking up reports from the t.v. Hence the CIA words.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-xp-outlook-express-ghost-writing.69112/
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I am saving all Windows Live emails for importing back into my new HDD - but do not know how to save Outlook Express emails for import into Windows live when the new HDD is back
Is Outlook Express email data readily compatible with Windows 7 ?
Info and advice would be much appreciated

A:EMAIL -Windows Live and Outlook Express

No it's not, but you can install Windows Live Email on your XP Computer and it will backup your OE Emails to Windows Live then you can export them from Live to a Flash drive and then transfer them over to the Windows 7 Computer.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/email-windows-live-and-outlook-express-593504.html
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A:Transfering files from XP to Windows 7 outlook express

Copy email from Outlook Express to Windows Live Mail

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/transfering-files-from-xp-to-windows-7-outlook-express-966881.html
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A:Outlook Express to Windows 8 live mail

Hello MontagueMarty,Found while Googling.Disclaimer: I have not personally tried this, so I'm not sure it will work. Import Mail and Account Settings from Outlook Express in Windows Live Mail .How to Import Your Outlook Express Address Book into Windows Live Mail .I'd be interested in hearing if you are successful.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/483353/outlook-express-to-windows-8-live-mail/
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WLM is a PITA. Once installed I can't get it to have only the account I want. It always has the Inbox at the top then the account I set up down a few icons.

Maybe I should switch to Thunderbird or some other mail program?

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http://www.eightforums.com/browsers-mail/50126-outlook-express-xp-windows-live-mail-windows-8-a.html
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A:Moving From Outlook Express to Windows Live Mail

Quick Temp Fix

Just create Folders (on old desktop) and put the sent or any other Outlook Express folders in your Docs...until you are able to get them into Windows Live Mail


Then donate the old machine or just keep your old drive and use a USB Hard Drive Enclosure or slave the old HDD to the new puter

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/moving-from-outlook-express-to-windows-live-mail-388097.html
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A:importing outlook express files to windows mail

Try the following and see if it assists you: Import messages into Windows Mail from Outlook Express.

I hope this helps. If it doesn't work, please explain where and how it failed and post any error messages exactly word-for-word. Also verify that none of the exceptions listed near the bottom apply (exceptions that prevent the process from working).

Good luck.

http://www.vistax64.com/browsers-mail/283188-importing-outlook-express-files-windows-mail.html
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A:Transferring email from Outlook Express on XP to a new Windows 7 comp?

I'm not sure Live Mail (if it is still around at all) would be the best choice for someone accustomed to Outlook Express.

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http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/378322-transferring-email-outlook-express-xp-new-windows-7-comp.html
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A Google search turns up many items on that and how to do it.

https://www.google.com/search?q=impo...archBox&ie=&oe=

http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/325580-outlook-express-windows-live-mail-w7-upgrade.html
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This should provide all the information you need to backup OE6.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/270670
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/all-e-mails-from-my-inbox-in-outlook-express-have-disappeared-windows-98.144770/
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grippette said:


When I try to link by email outlook express will not come up. There are no contacts also when I
link by email. Anything you can think of I might try?
Thanks GrippetteClick to expand...

Sorry but I for one don't understand the question. Perhaps word it a little different .
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-express-and-link-by-email-with-windows-xp-internet-8.1036625/
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Thanks
 

A:Outlook Express automatically opening Windows Messenger

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=327390
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-express-automatically-opening-windows-messenger.450787/
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A:Transfer of outlook express 6 to windows 7 home premium

Hello WmToensing,
Welcome to the 7 forum.
I say keep windows 7. XP will no longer be supported after April 8.
Now, to get your E-Mail going again, Google "Windows live mail" it will take you to a MS site where you can download Windows live mail. it is very similar to outlook express. you will have to set it up just like outlook and then you can send and receive mail again.
Feel free to post any questions. there are plenty of people who will be able to help you.
Sven

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