Re: Outlook Express folder display corfluffle

Please list the names of all thes of all the dvx files you canfind.  Also, 
check the properties which should tell you the locations.  I think we can 
solve this one.

Johnnie Apple Seed

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dennis Kicz" <puffnstuff@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 6:11 PM
Subject: Outlook Express folder display corfluffle


Hi there David aka Johnny Appleseed:

Thank you for your input into my aggravating outlook Express folder display
dilemma.
After doing as you wrote below, and pressing the right hand directional
arrow on  some of my Outlook Express folders, no  heading was found that
would allow either expansion or collapsing of said folders.
Hmm, any further postulations on the problem?

Ta ta,
Dennis


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yes, I think if he presses right arrow on some of the folders, he'll get
> more folders.
>
> Johnnie Apple Seed
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Jack Lowe" <akronjack1982@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 5:07 PM
> Subject: Re: Outlook Express folder display corfluffle reply
>
>
> OK, let me think about this... Anyone have any ideas?  I'm thinking that
> this is an issue where the folders are collapsed and need to be expanded
> so
> that all folders are visible.   Jack
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Dennis Kicz" <puffnstuff@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 4:07 PM
> Subject: Outlook Express folder display corfluffle reply
>
>
>> Hello Jack:
>>
>> Yes, I would like to  use these  folders and thus, have them show up when
>> I
>> open up my Outlook Express program..which they don't right now, well only
>> 14
>> of the 32 folders do show  up that is.
>> I don't want to delete or save the files but rather just gain access to
>> the
>> messages/letters contained in  the folders that aren't showing up
>> currently.
>>
>> Dennis
>> *******************************************************
>>
>> Do you want to use these hidden folders?  Or do you want to delete them.
>>> The steps I described tell you how to save the folders, or delete the
>>> ones
>>> you don't want.  Not sure what you want to do.    Jack
>>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>>> From: "Dennis Kicz" <puffnstuff@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 3:34 PM
>>> Subject: Outlook Express folder display corfluffle reply
>>>
>>>
>>>> Howdy doody Jack:
>>>>
>>>> Thank you ever so much for your prompt method for storing/retrieving
>>>> the
>>>> Outlook Express folders.
>>>> However, whilst I went about it using  another method  I have found all
>>>> of
>>>> my dbx files/folders, 32 in total, but they aren't showing up  when I
>>>> open
>>>> up my Outlook Express program. When I open up my Outlook Express
>>>> program
>>>> and
>>>> investigate the folders that are  available, only 14  are showing.
>>>>
>>>> Tootle doo,
>>>> Dennis
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> ***************************************************
>>>>
>>>> Do you know how to store your OE folders?  If not, here is how you can
>>>> find
>>>>> all of the .dbx files.  These are the files that make up your outlook
>>>>> express folders.
>>>>>
>>>>> 1. When in outlook express, hit alt T for tools.
>>>>> 2. Up arrow to options and hit enter.
>>>>> 3. Hit control tab until you hear, maintenance tab.
>>>>> 4. tab until you hear store folder... Button. And hit enter on that.
>>>>> 5. Tab until you hear, your personal message store is located in the
>>>>> following folder.
>>>>>    It will give you a long number.  select and copy this number.
>>>>> 7. Now hit escape twice and clear out of that.  You should be back in
>>>>> your
>>>>> list of E-mail messages.
>>>>> 8. Now hit left windows and R for Run...  Paste that long number you
>>>>> copied
>>>>> into the run dialogue box and hit enter.
>>>>> 9. Now it should show you the list of all the .dbx files you have in
>>>>> outlook
>>>>> express.  From here, you can delete the ones you no longer want.  But
>>>>> be
>>>>> sure not to delete any of the ones you didn't creat.  These are
>>>>> necessary
>>>>> for OE to work correctly.
>>>>> Once you're done, just hit alt F4 and get out of there.  You're done.
>>>>> Jack
>>>>> I hope tha
>>>>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>>>>> From: "Dennis Kicz" <puffnstuff@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>>>> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>>>> Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 2:34 PM
>>>>> Subject: Outlook Express folder display corfluffle
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>> Good day everyone:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I am currently using Windows XP Home edition with JAWS version 5.1. I
>>>>>> am
>>>>>> stumped as to why when I go through the folders in my Outlook Express
>>>>>> mail
>>>>>> program I have 14 folders in total, yet when I look at the Outlook
>>>>>> Express
>>>>>> folder account in my "Documents and settings" folder there are 32
>>>>>> .dbx
>>>>>> files
>>>>>> and thus, folders in total. I realize that not all of the 32 folders
>>>>>> found
>>>>>> under my "Documents and Settings" folder will show up when I open my
>>>>>> Outlook
>>>>>> Express mail program and view the folders that way but there are
>>>>>> certain
>>>>>> folders that I had created previously that no longer are displayed
>>>>>> this
>>>>>> way.
>>>>>> Any help would be sincerely appreciated.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Later gator,
>>>>>> Dennis
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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