Windows Mail in W7 - need registry changes again


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Paul H

When I installed W7 on my laptop, I also moved my Windows Mail to it. I was
provided with 2 patches to make it run correctly. I applied the 1st one,
but not the 2nd (I don't remember why). Does anyone have the link to those
patches so I can download them again. I think they made changes to the
registry. TIA, Paul
 
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Michael H

Are U running Win 7 64 bit ? I think you do ?
Then i can mail you a working WM, working fine here..
 
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Zootal

When I installed W7 on my laptop, I also moved my Windows Mail to it.
I was provided with 2 patches to make it run correctly. I applied the
1st one, but not the 2nd (I don't remember why). Does anyone have the
link to those patches so I can download them again. I think they made
changes to the registry. TIA, Paul
The best think I ever did with Windows Mail was to abandon it. I used
Outlook Express for ten years, but it took only a week or two for me to
abandon Windows Mail in disgust. WTF was Microsoft thinking, anyhow?

Thunderbird makes a usable mail client, and without all of the problems
that WLM introduced. If you are a heavy usenet user, xnews works much
better than WLM or Thunderbird.
 
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Noone

There is one called wminstall.exe
It can be found on Pierre Torris webpage.
a french language site.

With instructions on how to install WindowsMail
on Win7. They probably exist in english on
other web sites. Try a Google search.

WMinstall.exe works with any language version.
 
N

Noone

Unfortunately, I could not find the english language equivalent to
Pierre Torris's instructions for installing Windows Mail in Win7.
 
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