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Remove duplicated mail in Outlook Express folders and dbx files.
Duplicated messages appear in Outlook Express every time the connection with the mail server fails. They can also appear as a result of different synchronization errors or message import errors. Your Inbox is loaded with lots of messages, many of which you have already read or even replied. You waste your time on reading the same message again and
again. And if you group your messages in different folders, duplicated messages get into all Outlook Express folders. When duplicates are deleted manually, mistakes are inevitable - some messages you need will be removed without being read. As a result, important meetings are
ruined, your clients don't get necessary information in time, you aren't aware of current affairs. And you don't even know that all this was caused by accidentally deleted messages.
How can we remove duplicated messages from Outlook Express without losing any of important information? It can be done in just a few steps with the "Remove Duplicates from Outlook Express" program (every time you run the program, you'll be able to remove duplicates with one click of the mouse!).
1. Download "Remove Duplicates from Outlook Express" and install it
2. Run the program
3. Select folders where duplicates can be located (you can also select all folders)
4. Click the "Run Now..." button to start scanning the folders for duplicates
# deleting duplicates in all or selected folders
# comparing messages by the main fields (text, subject, sender e-mail, sender name)
# comparing messages by additional fields including attachments
# deleting, moving or copying duplicates to a folder
# searching for duplicates created within the last day, several days or without time limits
The program will search the selected folders for duplicates and move duplicates to the "Deleted Items". In the program settings you can select another folder where duplicated messages will be moved or make the program delete them.
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