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OE-Mail Recovery solution protects Outlook Express folders and opens corrupted DBX files. This tool is compatible with any version of OE email client.
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) December 05, 2012
New DBX viewer powered by OE-Mail Recovery tool, allow opening even large files of more than 2 Gb and convert the output information into clean files of EML format to be accessed in any email client. OE-Mail Recovery application is installed on any hardware configuration in use, providing the same efficiency and performance. The developer of OE-Mail Recovery guarantees the safety of all DBX viewer processes so this application does not somehow affect the structure of existing documents, it works with copies only.
OE-Mail Recovery software is the easiest email recovery service, offered by the software market. This application opens corrupted email folders in Outlook Express format and repairs affected DBX files of all available versions. This program works with any kind of input information, recovering the structure of DBX files, damaged by viruses, software issues and even incorrect user activities.
DBX viewer features intuitive interface to make the analysis faster and easier. Besides the ease of explanations and detailed description of all data recovery activities, OE-Mail Recovery software suggests following the advices of Recovery Wizard to minimize possible misunderstanding and guide users through the recovery of Outlook Express folders, performed by the DBX viewer software, powered by OE-Mail Recovery.
OE-Mail Recovery application developer works since 2003 and provides a variety of data recovery tools and services for its customers around the globe. The legal address of software vendor is at: 901 N. Pitt str. Suite 325, Alexandria, VA 22314, United States of America
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