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Windows Live Mail Again Won't Open a Reply or New Email

Discussion in 'Email Issues' started by BGBG, Mar 1, 2016.

  1. BGBG

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    Again the problem with the opening of new email message box or a Reply To Mail box has recurred. never did find a way to fix this but the last time I did a restore point recovery. Dont want to keep doing that though. I think I will just forget this Windows Live Mail program and use eMclient which I did download and install and make it the default. But when restored I lost that one. Now WLM is again doing same thing. Couldnt reinstall it and websearch turned up nothing but more waste of time troubleshooting for the 89 people who reported this problem.
     
  2. Rustys

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    You could download Thunderbird I have found it easy to use or even Outlook.com which is the replacement for Hotmail.com.
     
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    Rusty that is a nice suggestion!
     
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    I like eM client and it works/acts and feels like WLM. The only issue with it, the free version, is your limited to only 2 email accounts. With the paid version you get unlimited email accounts. If you into changing letter heads, background colors, fonts, colors, animation and so forth in emails....I highly recommend Incredimail....I liked that much that I bought it.
     
  5. BGBG

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    Only need one account. But saw ad for mailbird. Ever hear of or use that?
     
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    Never heard of mailbarid.....I have heard of Thunderbird but never used it.
     
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    Thunderbird to me is rather spartan but does seem to always work. I never have any issues with Outlook. BG to you own any versions of MS Office that have Outlook in them? Live Mail has been problematic for a lot of clients over the years.
     
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    Does your email client have a web site that you can check your email through? May not be your ideal way yet for a temporary could work until you find the EMail software you like and works best for you.
     
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    I think I will try emailclient or Thunderbird. Only need the one account.
     
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    Hey BGBG how goes the email did you ever get this sorted out?
     

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