Contacts Recovery for Windows Live Mail v.1.2.0
Windows Live Mail is one of the most popular free email clients. As a rule, Windows Live Mail
is used on a daily basis and accumulates a lot of important information in its databases, including
both email messages and the contacts in the address book.
For some time now, we have been offering our clients the most efficient and easy to use solution
for recovering email messages from Windows Live Mail databases. Now, we also have a special tool for
recovering Windows Live Mail contacts.
- Recovery of erroneously deleted contacts
- Recovery of contacts from the damaged Contacts.edb file
- Recovery of contacts from a damaged hard drive
- Recovery of Windows Live Mail contacts after HDD formatting
- Recovery of Windows Live Mail contacts after OS reinstallation
- Recovery of contacts after Windows Live Mail reinstallation
- Export to the vCard (Business card) format
- Export to the CSV (comma-separated values) format
- Compatibility with all Windows versions (including 64-bit)
Windows Live Mail stores all of its contacts in a single file called Contacts.edb. This file is
located in the following Windows folder:
Contacts Recovery for Windows Live Mail can scan this file or the entire hard drive (even if the file
was lost for some reason). The built-in wizard will help you easily recover the Windows Live Mail address
book. Read our Windows Live Mail contacts recovery HOWTO for detailed instructions.
The recovered contacts of the Windows Live Mail address book can be saved in two different formats:
VCF and CSV. The support of these formats makes it possible to import recovered contacts not only to
the Windows Live Mail address book but also to any other email client, including Microsoft Outlook and
How to use Contacts Recovery for Windows Live Mail
How to restore Windows Live Mail contacts from Contacts.edb file
How to recover Windows Live Mail contacts from hard drive
To restore Outlook Express address book see:
How to repair WAB (Windows Address Book) file.