.wab files

Email addresses in Outlook Express have the .wab ending on them. How can I copy my address book into a different harddrive without losing data?

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  1. <A HREF="http://www.ajsystems.com/ea7.html" target="_new">Express Assist</A> I've been using this program for years, you can save and transfer whatever you want to, WAB, Inbox, Outbox, including all your favorites, and settings.


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  2. Thanks ryan, I'll try it out.

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    <b><font color=blue>VAGABOND<font color=blue></b>

    <b><font color=blue>Just horsing around!!!<font color=blue></b>
  3. i have been doing it the hard way, burning the outlook express folder to a cd then importing it to my new hard drive.....bummer:(

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  4. What I really like about Express Assist is that I'm dual booting Win98SE and WinXP Pro, on separate hardrives and as long as my email address stays the same, a restore is very fast, I can also use the backup from XP on 98SE or vice versa, if I'd changed my email address I could import the files, I created an additional save folder in Outlook Express, where I keep pictures from friends and things like that, I do not want to loose, and keep the backups current so that if I have an OP/SYS failure, I don't loose any email information at all. As a matter of fact, I got a new M/B for Christmas, had to reload XP and 98SE, and reloaded all my email content in less than 5 min, I made the comment to my wife just tonight, this Express Assist program is worth every penny I paid for it.


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