Desktop emailing literally started with Outlook Express for the very first time. The client was a default program with the previous versions of Windows including Win XP. However, it was officially discontinued by Microsoft Corporation after a period. Nevertheless the data cannot be compromised with therefore users maintain the archives still.
Key Features of DBX Locator
Outlook Express is an email client that is only meant for basic communication purposes. The application promoted emailing services and only stored contacts and emails for the configured account. The files generated are of .dbx format and are the default repositories for email contents of plain text format. The specialty of Outlook Express is that it generates a DBX file for each email folder. Therefore, the collection of a number of DBX files is usual. Manually locating and copying these files and relocating them to a common place, takes up user efforts and time as well. Therefore, the best way to do so is by using a third party application for the same.
The role of Outlook Express DBX Locator is to automatically find the location of all DBX files available on the machine and list them. Users can sort and select the ones they need to save by using checkboxes provided against each file. The files are listed with attributes that show the time they were last used along with the path on machine. Once saved, these DBX files can be managed singlehandedly by the users.