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Hi



I need to get at a bunch of emails in my inbox from a certain time period a few years ago that have been archived in a .pst file.

When i open the archive, i can see and open emails from before and after the time period i want but can only open 1 random one within the time period i want.

i know that there are definitely more than 1 in that time period and was just wondering if there is anyway i would be able to retrieve them as they are quite important

Running windows xp with office 2007. can give any other information if required

Thanks in advance
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