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2. IF the scan works which it should UNLESS you "Cleaned Up" your email's recycle bin (Tools/Options/Advanced/Maintenance/Clean Up Now...) then the next step will be for you to purchase the software.
3. The scan is free..but it won't allow you to save the files to your computer until you buy a license for $50.00 USD.
4. After you pay the $50.00 click all the emails you want and save it to a folder file.
5. The next step will be to open up each email individually in the Folder File and when you do this you should be looking at a single opened .EML file that looks like an Email that you opened up using Windows Mail.
6. Next, go to "File" then "Copy to Folder" (for this example let's just save to "Inbox" or "Junk Email Folder".
7. Now you have Un Deleted Your Windows Mail Successfully.
8. Don't try to cut and paste all the Email files to where the source of Windows Mail files are located - - because it doesn't work. Also, the import wizard on Windows Mail is not confident in importing .Eml files. In essence, you can try to import but it won't work.
It simply will not find deleted e-mails. I've tried running the program several dozen times, and it constantly freezes. (Win Vista PC here, with top specs. I'm a designer. There's no way my PC is too slow for such a program. I run video and graphic editing apps all the time.)
Since there are no settings asking what you are looking for, and it doesn't tell you what it is going to look for; I have to assume that it searched (total search time of 3 sec) for every email deleted since I have had this OS. It came up with zero!
For me the program was worthless, because it found nothing, however; it could very well be the perfect program for the person who isn't looking for something he has never deleted.