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The main window of the program allows you to choose one of the three recovery modes:

  • AUTOMATIC - select this mode to recover Outlook Express passwords of the current user (no additional steps required)
  • MANUAL - decrypt Outlook Express passwords directly from Windows registry files
  • ASTERISKS PASSWORDS - reveal text hidden behind ****

Outlook Express Password Recovery

 

All Outlook Express account passwords are stored in the Windows registry. But you may lose all your passwords after you reinstall Windows. POEPR can help you recover these passwords directly from the registry file of your old account. Just specify the full path to the file NTUSER.DAT. It is located in the user's profile directory (typically C:\Documents And Settings\<USERNAME>, where <USERNAME> is the name of the user account).

Outlook Express Password Recovery manual mode

 

 

The password window contains Outlook Express decrypted password of the following types:

  • SMTP
  • POP3
  • IMAP
  • NNTP
  • HTTPMAIL
  • LDAP
  • Identity passwords.

Each e-mail account in Outlook Express (with such properties as its server, user name, password etc.) belongs to a specific Identity. You can filter the password list by the selected Identity. Identity passwords are highlighted in green.

Outlook Express decrypted passwords

 


POEPR can easily show passwords hidden behind asterisks. Just drag the magnifying glass to the ***** password box. Also note that you can reveal ***** passwords for many programs, not only for Outlook Express.

Asterisks password revealer