You might want to install the Windows SP2 Update to bring you up to IE6 and OE6. 0 #5 Alex from GA Posted 19 March 2009 - 06:00 AM Alex from She tried to delete them after each of those, but they are still there. Make a new folder in Outlook Express (call it "Saved Messages" or something like that) and move the messages you want to keep into there.) This should solve your problem. Anyone have any thoughts? http://deftmag.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-the-selected-messages-could-not-be-moved.html
You said you had to "shut your notebook down and power it back up before you can use OE again". Have two identities. I've been around all the while but don't check in too often. Thanks again for all your help. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-networking/outlook-express-6-delete-not-working/63c05fe8-da50-e011-8dfc-68b599b31bf5
I suspect I damaged the system in some way. Then look for your storage folder in Tools /Options /Maintenance /Storefolder>, close OE, go to this folder with Windows Explorer delete the file inbox.dbx. ( you can also delete outbox.dbx)At next Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. The setup was a snap and I think I'm gonna really like using its features.
OE not being one of them. All rights reserved. Others are like:. "Faulting application setconfig.exe version 184.108.40.206 faulting module unknown. Seems as though I must have missed a few of the 174 posts, to include one which was meant for me as far back as the Nov 3rd.
Any suggestions? If it still does not then take a trip to the Malware Forum and work through the Read and Run Me First http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/community/columns/oerepair.mspx http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318378 If you need any assistance working through I was able to delete some messages from my Inbox. I don't know what went on there, but to OE, I bid farewell and adieu!
Version 0.0.0.0 fault address 0x2e63543 Yesterday there were two that read "Application Hang Fault bucket 355035468 Hanging application Snagit32.exe version 220.127.116.11. In TM, under processes tab, locate msimn.exe ( the OE process ), highlight it and then sort by the "handles" column. But then again.. I have not as yet done anything with it.
If I returned to the program later in the day, I was successful but since it's now been two days with no results, I called my ISP, Comcast. http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/232472-outlook-express-cant-delete-mail-message-solved/ All the above said, you might want to keep in mind MS has more important things on their agenda. If I highlight an inbox message and press the delete key, nothing happens. Don't know what that means.
He may suggest you post in the thread, or may give you an explanation as to why he thinks it's plausible. navigate here Then make sure hidden files and file extensions are showing by clicking My Computer >Tools > Folder Options > View tab, and check "Show hidden files and folders," uncheck "Hide extensions Move the messages you want to save to a Save folder, then close OE, and manually delete the inbox.dx file as per the instructions above. Thanks again.
Go into it, then into the subfolders: Microsoft\Outlook Express In there you will see several files with ".dbx" as the extension type. Steve..In case you're still interested, a new version of SiteAdvisor ( 18.104.22.16853) was released, which seems not to cause a problem with OE. uncheck Hide Extensions for known file types Apply, You will get a warning message, OK, to save and close. http://deftmag.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-error-message-could-not-be-sent.html I again reiterate, this doesn't necessarily mean you have the same problem.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? No doubt unwisely I trusted the program, and I clicked "delete." That is the day all this stuff started; before that day everything worked fine. I still have a deleted items IDX file but it didn't recreate the MDX file.
I deleted the folder I created and then deleted it in the deleted items folder. For the one with 3 mpegs I get the error message "The selected message(s) could not be moved. You should have already done a Disk clean up if you followed all the steps I suggested, but doing a defrag would be helpful, just open the My Computer icon, right Also sorry about the way my screenshot looks but it does show you where else you can uninstall programs.
I am able to delete the emails by clicking on Shift-Delete, but I don’t want to do so. An error has occurred." I can move messages between other folders; eg "recipes" to "receipts," with no trouble. I don't feel like you are deserting me, at all. this contact form Dexter... 0 Dexter Vancouver, BC Canada Jan 2005 edited Jan 2005 OK, I need to know what OS she is running (Windows XP, 2000, ME, 98, etc) and what her username
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