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MBX Recovery Software
MBX is the file type and extension for version 4 and before.
Name - MBXtract
Download URL - MBXtract
Developer - Stephen L. Cochran
OS - Windows 98/ME/2000(Service Pack 2 or higher)/XP/2003
File Size - 389 KB
Supported Software Versions or File Systems - Outlook Express 4.0
Developer Provided Description - "For OE4 mail message files - OE4 mail messages are stored in files with MBx extensions. If one saves only the MBx files from OE4, then one cannot import these messages into OE5. Since releasing DBXtract, the program to extract messages from OE5 dbx files, a number have requested a similar program for MBx files from OE4. MBXtract.exe extracts all mail and news messages from individual MBx files. It is a 44 Kbyte program and can be downloaded by CLICKING HERE. It requires the existence of the VB6 runtime dll, msvbvm60.dll. If you do not have that in your Windows\system (or system32 for nt) directory, you can download it directly from Microsoft, by CLICKING HERE . After installing the VB6 runtime dlls to your system directory you can then run MBXtract.exe. The layout for the MBXtract program is the same as for the DBXtract program."
Comment - No Longer Free. Now costs $5.
Name - OE Viewer
Download URL - OEView.zip
Developer - MiTeC
OS - Windows 9x/Me/NT 4.x/2000/XP/Server 2003
File Size - Not Specified
Supported Software Versions or File Systems - Not Specified
Developer Provided Description - Viewer for standalone files containing Microsoft Outlook Express 4,5 and 6 message database (*.idx/*.mbx/*.dbx). It displays list of contained messages and their header. Message can be viewed in detailed view including attachments (save ability) and HTML preview and printing. Messages can be saved to *.eml files.
Comment - Not currently available. May be added later.