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    Exporting Account Settings (Win98SE/OE5.5)

    If I want to back up all my OE structure (servers, passwords, mailboxes etc.) -- NOT just the data itself, it seems that not everything is present in the WindowsApplication DataIdentitiesx folder... or is it?

    If not, where else is it stored? And is there an "easy" way to back it all up?

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    Re: Exporting Account Settings (Win98SE/OE5.5)

    For everything Outlook Express, start with OEBackup, by "Majik", then wander over to Tom Koch's site, where you will find a veritable plethora of information and goodies!
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    Re: Exporting Account Settings (Win98SE/OE5.5)

    Thnaks to all for the assist the MS knowledge base took me in the right direction, and OEBackup, by Majik will do the trick...

    Thanks to all...
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    Chuck Billow
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