Hyperlinks not working in Windows Live Mail
Today hyperlinks in Windows Live Mail emails that normally work, such as those in newsletters from PC World, no longer function, and the only way I can get to the linked article is bycopying the hyperlink and pasting it into the IE9 address bar.
WLM and IE9 have all their defaults.
What's wrong... Please write below.
How can I keep the Live Mail Account safe? Also the Live Mail page opens the mail on the right side of the page before you actually open the E Mail. Back in the old OE days that was bad because some viruses could activate.
Should I change that setup? When I close Live Mail does that close that account?
My internet provider has changed my email address but when I went into windows live mail (my email client) to change all the settings and also change my address, I now don't get any emails in windows live mail. I can go into my webmail and receive mails but not with windows live mail when I try to use my new email address.
I thought maybe my windows live mail is corrupted so I went into windows live essentials to do a repair and also deleted windows live mail and did a reinstall of the program in windows live essentials but still can't receive mail.
PC 1 - windows xp pro - outlook express
3 identities and 3 address books
PC 2 - windows 7 pro - windows live mail (new never used)
Will need the equivalent of 3 identities and 3 address books. Or whatever windows live mail calls them.
Create windows live mail on PC 1 and create 3 identities.
Export each identity from outlook express into the corresponding identity on windows live mail. Meaning I would have to sign on to the proper identity in windows live mail before importing. How the address books and settings get copied is a mystery.
In my recent fumblings I got only 1 identity copied and the others would just not copy. Will start windows live mail over from scratch on PC 1.
Then hope I can find a way to copy the windows live mail from PC 1 to PC 2. Playing with the files from outlook express is a nightmare that I don't want to get into. Other than this it is a manual affair involving about 100 folders and thousands of messages.
Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800C0E
Socket Error: 10060
I’m currently using Windows Live mail 2011 and I have switched from Windows mail which had worked for me perfectly. However, upon switching to Windows Live mail 2011, I discover this error after several weeks of good usage.
I upgraded from Vista to Windows 7 and - as advised - installed Windows Live Mail. The latter mail program does not offer a stationery option, automatically inserts a shadow under any inserted photo, often gives me the message (for mail forwarded that contains images "One or more pictures in this message could not be found.
Do you still want to send?," frequently stops working for no apparent reason.and, all in all, is a poor substitute for the old Outlook Express or for Window Mail.
I would appreciate having step-by-step instructions for re-installing Windows Mail to work with Windows 7. I'm not worried about the transfer of old messages and contacts which I believe I can still import from Windows Live Mail.
A friend of mine has a problem with his Windows Live Mail client. He's running Windows 7 HP 64 bit with the Windows Live Mail client and a Hotmail ID. His problem is that he sometimes sees emails mysteriously multiplying emails in his folders - this includes his deleted mail folder!
We have tried asking questions in the official Microsoft Mail forums but have received no response. What I would like to do is to delete his Mail.MSMessageStore database in both the Windows Live Mail folder and the Backup folder.
I believe doing this will cause Windows Live Mail to recreate the Mail.MSMessageStore database. However I would like to be sure, before I do this, that he will continue to have access to all his (offline) Storage Folders, as well as his normal mail folders, after doing this.
Does anyone know whether deleting the MSMessageStore database will cause any data loss or is it a totally harmless step?
I recently bought a new computer and have Windows 7 after many years of Windows XP and an old version of Windows Live Mail. My question is about sending pics directly in the text of an e-mail via Windows Live Mail.
In the old version of Live Mail, you could send individual pics directly in the e-mail and even place captions under each pic. The new version of Live Mail seems to only let you send pics as an attachment or as a photo album. And I don't see any way to place captions under each pic. Am I missing something?
My question is about sending pics directly in the text of an e-mail via Windows Live Mail. In the old version of Live Mail, you could send individual pics directly in the e-mail and even place captions under each pic.
The new version of Live Mail seems to only let you send pics as an attachment or as a photo album. And I don't see any way to place captions under each pic. Am I missing something?
I have a bellsouth.net email (part of att) account. Had been through vista 32 bit windows mail. When I went to windows live mail and Windows 7 home premium, the mail program works but it won't merge previous emails from win mail even tho same email account.
And if both computers are on, all mail goes to win mail and not win live mail. How can I combine these 2?
I recently setup a new comuter and started using Windows Live Mail, on Windows 7 Home Premium. I have since decided to use Outlook 2010 instead of Live Mail.
On the Windows Live Mail Export panel, there are two options, "Microsoft Exchange" and "Microsoft Windows Live Mail". Which would I use to later import into Outlook 2010?
In Outlook 2010 there are a lot of options in the Imprt and Export Wizard. Which would I choose to import my exported Live Mail messages? I have imported my contacts successfully,