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johndoe74

[Release] Windows Live Mail 2008 v14.0.5027.908

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Integrated it with Nlite and it works like a charm, thanks!

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i've a question for anyone that uses this..

does it replace outlook express? does it integrate itself with outlook?

or is it a separate program?

i'm wondering if i could remove outlook or does windows live mail require it to run ?

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Any idea how I'd go about automatically during / after install to get Windows Live Mail to list British English spell-checker in the list of languages. I know how to do it manually and there's a VBS you can run, to save time, have done a search to see if someone's already come up with the goods. Afraid I'm new to this so haven't worked out yet how to go about getting the script to run once, where to put files on the CD etc.

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Could you create a Norwegian addon too? I'm very impressed with the amount of work you do johndoe74, kudos!

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Thanks.

But since I installed the new version, Windows Live Mail doesnt work anymore. This is what i get when I start the program:

t_livemailm_0207397.png

And there is no way to uninstall Windows Live Mail. (i cant find anything in the add/remove).

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I have no idea why it's not working (maybe it's missing a prerequisite program or two) but I can help you uninstall it. extract the executable file that was in the SVCPACK folder in the .CAB file. Right-click the resulting .MSI file and select uninstall from the context menu. that should hopefully do it

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Gonna try it.

Dude you are great, it worked! :D

Thanks! Again!

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Hey, i wanna know the following.

When i sign in to Windows Live Messenger, it gives me the little message "you got 1 new message, click here, blabla" When i click that it opens IE and goes to hotmail.com. But isnt it possible to let the program op Windows Live Mail instead of hotmail.com??

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I was using WLM beta 2. I've updated to v12.0.1606.908 and lost my calendar. How can i get it back? If I update to v14.0.5027.908 wil I loose my contacts and calendar again?

Best regards.

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I've got a newer Dutch (final) version:

t_windowsLivem_83c7a60.png

Can you update?

Thanks in advance.

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Please update to Windows Live Mail Desktop 14.0.8050.1202.

Thank you.

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The Spanish version is Update to Final OR Beta2???? please i need this version in spanish, Very thanks for you work

Sorry For my bad english!

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hi, thanks for the work, but I can not run for this error 0x80040154, 1008, I have the EU 2009.1 Windows XP SP3, you do not know because I can not run the program!

This is the image of the error

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Sorry For My Bad English

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