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Import EML into Outlook Express or DBX File – Free & Secure Method

Published By Mohit Jha
Tej Pratap Shukla
Approved By Tej Pratap Shukla
Published On December 18th, 2021
Reading Time 2 Minutes Reading

No need to spend your precious time and money for importing EML files into Outlook Express. After applying free drag-n-drop method everyone can easily solve query that how to open .EML files in Outlook Express. Get the Free solution to import EML files into DBX file or Outlook express. Easily open and view all files with free method to complete your task. Within 3 easy steps you can make possible way to import EML folder to Outlook Express or you can create DBX.

Steps to Import All EML Files into Outlook Express at Once

Step 1: To create a new Sub-folder >> Right Click on any Existing Folder (here we selected: Inbox folder) >> Click on New Folder.

Sub Folder Creation

Step 2: Give a Desired Name (here we used EML Files). Click on Ok button.

Click on Inbox

Step 3: Go to folder location in your system, where you have saved all EML files >> Select all EML files (CTRL + A) >> Drag all selected EML files and Drop into newly created folder (EML Files) as shown below.

Drag & Drop EML Files

Step 4: You can see all EML files are imported in given folder >> Click on particular Email to Open.

Import EML File

Note – If you want to import EML files into Outlook Express without creating any new folder so you can import EML files into existing folder with the same process.

How to Find DBX Files on Your System?

Step 1: Right Click on Folder. Click on Properties option.

click on EML files

Step 2: You will find the Saving Location of the folder as shown in the figure:

Given Location: drive:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\{B6900A82-A05F-46ED-AA73-132AA842738D}\Microsoft\Outlook Express\EML Files.dbx

Path of DBX File: drive:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\{B6900A82-A05F-46ED-AA73-132AA842738D}\Microsoft\Outlook Express\
(Use this path to get all DBX files stored in your system)

Note: Please replace the Dummy User Name and System Drive with the original values.

Step 3: Here you can see the DBX Stored in your system.

Store DBX File


By Mohit Jha

Mohit is a Microsoft-certified expert who has assisted thousands of clients with Outlook & Microsoft Office 365 issues. He enjoys writing on email clients as well as data migration. He is always excited about giving troubled readers the most up-to-date knowledge, explanation, and refinements.