Outlook Express Inbox full-error Ox800C0131

Outlook Express Inbox folder does not open, so I'm unable to see all messages to delete them to free up space. Disk space is full. Works with Windows 98. Any ideas how to access the file and retrieve my messages?

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Bruce, thank you I'll follow your instructions to create a new Inbox. On the issue of data recovery, I have a second computer running on Windows XP with a bigger Inbox folder. If I export the old Inbox on this computer to the newest one with the bigger Inbox folder, I'll be able to read my messages or is corrupted from the Inbox? And I'll be able to export the Inbox folder as it will not be open right now?

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