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Windows 7: Using Vista'a Windows Mail in W7

30 Jan 2010   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium (Retail) Full version - With SP1
Using Vista'a Windows Mail in W7

Since switching from XP to Windows 7 I have been hunting for a mail client I could be comfortable with. Tried Live Mail, Thunderbird and one or two others but have yet to reach my comfort level. Vista's Windows Mail suits me just fine so I followed Mr. Grim's procedure to install Windows Mail under Windows 7. It was easy and I thank him for it.

However, when I choose Tools/Send and Receive/Send and Receive All, I get a error from Windows Mail saying something like, "some errors accorred while processing the requested tasks. Please review the list of errors below for more details." I would be quite happy to do that but the list is empty. The Task tab shows mail checking for new messages on my ISP. I can Receive All and Send All individually but cannot use the Send and Receive All combination (Ctrl M).

All other aspects seem to work just fine so far.

Can someone help me here?

Thank you.

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