|05 Apr 2012||#1|
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Windows Live Mail update problem
I recently got a prompt for a Windows Live Mail 2011 update. So, I allowed it. Upon rebooting it required that I log onto the Messenger feature, which I never use and don't care to. So I canceled the Messenger prompt and then my entire Mail system failed. I then used the Windows 7 Restore function to fall back to prior system files and now all is Ok. How does one avoid the Messenger logon problem -- or does the Mail update contain errors?
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