|21 Feb 2012||#1|
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What is the pink text box for in Windows Live Mail?
I've been using Windows Live Mail since I got my new laptop with Windows 7 but can anyone tell me what the pink text box is all about? I don't see it when I send an email but it's there when I receive one, and if I'm forwarding that email on and making changes to the text at the top within this pink box it sometimes causes problems. Basically I'd love to get rid of it. Can it be switched off or something?
Another thing is that a lot of the emails I receive contain foreign languages such as Maltese and Norwegian. I have Live Mail set up to spell check my mail before sending but to ignore the incoming text if I'm forwarding an email I've received or obviously answering it. That works just fine but it still spell checks the subject line of the email I've received which is usually in Maltese or something. Is there any way of setting Live Mail to ignore the spelling in the subject line of a reply in the same way it ignores the main text?
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