Resolve “Outlook.dbx” Issues On Your Outlook Express Using Microsoft Live Assist

 

Outlook Express is one of the most popular email applications that have been offering the

best support for clients all over the world. Of course, it’s natural to bump into some error with

your Outlook Express at times. If you have been using Outlook Express for a while, you might

be familiar with the error message that states “The message could not be sent. There is not

enough memory”. Such issues usually occur when you have a corrupted “Outbox.dbx” file on

your Windows XP computer. Well, you have no reason to worry now; Microsoft Live Assist

has got all the information you need on how to resolve such issues easily and effectively.

Resolve such issues using Microsoft Live Assist

Issues such as these can be easily resolved using a few help lines from Microsoft Live Assist.

You can go through the below mentioned Microsoft Live Assist procedure to fix this issue the

simple way.

 

1. You can start off this Microsoft Live Assist procedure by opening your Outlook

2. Then navigate to the “Maintenance” window from the “Options” tab which can be

accessed from the “Tools” menu.

3. Click on the “Store Folder” button.

4. The next step of this Microsoft Live Assist procedure is to highlight the store location

path using your mouse; then right click and select “Copy”.

5. Now you can close your Outlook Express.

6. The next step of this Microsoft Live Assist procedure is to open your Internet Explorer

7. Right-click and paste the copied path into the address bar, and press “Enter”.

8. Then you can delete your corrupted “Outbox.dbx” file.

9. Now open your Outlook Express once again and try to send or forward an email. The

“Outbox.dbx” file will be automatically recreated while you do this. And now your

Microsoft Live Assist procedure is complete!

This should resolve your “Outbox.dbx” issue and now your Outlook Express should run

smoothly as ever! If you ever need assistance on any such issues, you can always check it with

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