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Restoring pref file for outlook express


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hey guys

i have a big problem, i trashed the outlook express pref file and emptied the trash bin.

recreated account in oe 5.2 .

Please tell me if there is a way i can restore the pref file.

this is a disaster as i had 8 years worth of emails in my outlook express.

if anyone has any ideas of how i can restore that file i would be really thankful.
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With Norton Utilities you can pull the file out of the trash,just dont
trash anything else until you recover the file. Nortons unerase will recover deleted files. Also do not ad any new files to the drive,you dont want to
overwrite the outlook file.
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