Re: INSTALLING E-MAIL FOLDERS
"Steve Cochran" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> You can't install OE on Vista. Windows Mail is OE renamed and the message
> store is completely different. So I don't know what you can do with those
> "Yorkman" <Yorkman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> My problem is that the backup program saves the files as .boe files,
>> will not load to Vista.
>> Would a work around be to install a copy of Outlook express transfer to
>> copy then use Vista to back up , transfer then delete the Outlook?
>> "Steve Cochran" wrote:
>>> The settings are stored in a different location in the registry than in
>>> so they can't easily be incorporated into Vista with your backup.
>>> You can import the folders and messages okay. See
>>> There is also a newsgroup I'm crossposting to that covers Windows Mail
>>> (formerly OE) issues.
>>> "Yorkman" <Yorkman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> >I have my old e-mail folders and settings form Outlook Express backed
>>> > using a program called Outlook backup. Now that I have updated to
>>> > Vista,
>>> > the
>>> > folders and settings will not transfer. The propgram has transfered my
>>> > favorites and my contacts but not folders and settings. Any ideas?
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best Usenet client in existence: Forte's Agent Newsreader (now in its 4th
iteration). It is truly a full-featured newsreader. Microsoft's
"newsreader" is just a quick-and-dirty substitute for a decent Usenet
client, and is mostly an email client.
Donald L McDaniel
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