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[[Outlook Express]] uses the '''Outlook Express Database (DBX)''' database to store emails, folders, etc.
We hope you will contribute much and well.
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You will probably want to read the [[Help:Contents|help pages]].
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== MIME types ==
Again, welcome and have fun! [[User:.FUF|.FUF]] 12:45, 10 October 2010 (PDT)
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== File signature ==
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DBX files of Outlook Express 5.0 (OE5) and later start with hexadecimal: 0xcf 0xad 0x12 0xfe.
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For now it is assumed that this is the file signature.
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According to libdbx OE4 uses a different signature: 4A4D4636 03001000. For now this is unconfirmed.
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== File types ==
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In OE the DBX files are used to store email per top folder (e.g. Inbox, Outbox) and the folder-hierarchy.
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== Contents ==
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== Encryption ==
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== See also==
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* [http://oedbx.aroh.de/ Outlook Express dbx file format by Arne Schloh]
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* [http://www.fpns.net/willy/DBX-FMT.HTM Outlook Express Version 5.0 file format]
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* [http://sourceforge.net/projects/ol2mbox/ libdbx], see FILE-FORMAT in the package.
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[[Category:File Formats]]

Revision as of 03:48, 13 October 2010

Outlook Express uses the Outlook Express Database (DBX) database to store emails, folders, etc.

MIME types

File signature

DBX files of Outlook Express 5.0 (OE5) and later start with hexadecimal: 0xcf 0xad 0x12 0xfe. For now it is assumed that this is the file signature.

According to libdbx OE4 uses a different signature: 4A4D4636 03001000. For now this is unconfirmed.

File types

In OE the DBX files are used to store email per top folder (e.g. Inbox, Outbox) and the folder-hierarchy.

Contents

Encryption

See also