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Often there is a little box attached to the front of your house??

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Hotmail not receiving. Enable IMAP How?


Windows Live Mail is the desktop email application of Office Live, introduced with Windows 7. Windows Live Mail replaces Outlook Express in Windows XP and Windows Mail in Windows Vista. You can use Windows Live Mail to access most free email accounts, such as Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo Mail, as well as those offered by Internet service providers. You can also set up your IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) account to use Windows Live Mail.

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I need to delete my email and replace with an exisisting one nataliedavies76@hotmail.co.uk and replace to leeroy_999@hotmail.co.uk thanks


You didn't give any specifics, so I am going to have to make some assumptions. I will assume that you are using Windows 7, and that yo are using the free Windows Live mail client that took the place of Outlook Express. Open Windows Live mail, and then click the far right-hand tab at the top that says "Accounts." Click the button on the left that looks like an @ symbol with a + sign on it. Use the resulting wizard to add a new account.If you want to delete the one already in there, find that account in the left-hand pane, and right-click on the top-level folder for that account, and click "remove account." Make sure that you don't remove the one that you just added by accident.If you are using something besides Windows Love Mail to currently get your mail, please specify what method you are using to get your mail.

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I can.t open the yahoo mail message


Hello there sir, can you tell me what is the error message when you try to open it?

Have you forgot the password? If so, request a new one from yahoo.com and they will send it activation e-mail of your new restarted password. That's all, don't worry its not such a bit problem :))
Sir please rate my solution that would be really kind from you. :)

Wish you best of luck! :) Alex

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Can Outlook Express be installed on Windows 7?


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I already intsalled adobe flash player 10 but I chack it is not in program files.How do I knoe if it is suceedful install? I still can't watch video on line in some webs.Please help me out.Thanks.


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When i try to read my msg on yahoo.. i get an internet error


Kadi
Hope this help. Now let's try a few thing

1. First. Yahoo Beta Mail? Is that what you are using?
If so Clear your browsers cashe.
In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
On the General tab, under Browsing history, click Delete.
Click Delete files, and then click Yes.
Click Close, and then click OK.
You did that right? Now Completely re-Download all your messages. Every one of them.
Wait until they are downloaded. Don`t hurry. Hows that?
2. Well try this. = 2. In the new Yahoo! Mail, you don’t do this with your browser anymore.
Now, just change your
character encoding setting right in Yahoo! Mail!

Here’s how:

In the toolbar, click More Actions and select Set Encodings.
From the list that appears, select the encoding that matches the message’s content.
Note: Only one character encoding set may be viewed at a time. And in this case,
changing your
browser’s encoding setting will not work. Hows that?
Still can`t get it? Try Switch Back at the top of your page. (Don`t worry you can return)
Hows that?
3. Now you are in Original Mail Right? Messages all there?
If not try this. = Select any email where the header information is displayed, but there is
nothing in the
"body" of the message where you would expect to find text, etc.
Move your mouse to the area of the expected "body" of the message and right-click...on
the menu that appears, click on "Encoding"...on the menu that appears, if "Auto Select"
has a check mark, leave it as is...if not click "Auto Select"; then this menu will
disappear...right click again in the "body" to cause the same menu to display again...then
click on "Western European (Windows)"...you should now be able to view the "body" of
all messages that you couldn't view before...obviously, if the problem somehow occurs
again, do the same procedure described above again. I have no idea how or why these
settings get "changed" or "corrupted" after everyday use, but apparently they sometimes
do.
Hows that?
Now if those steps dont work do the following below.

Ok PC has problems then. Update your operating system, Browser, Shockwave Flash ,
Java. Everything. Get all patches. The whole works. Also try Firefox browser.

Note in Original / Old / Yahoo Mail in a pinch try this. =
Put message in Print Copy. Then read it. OR
Click Reply on Message to read it. Then backbutton out. OR
Put message in Excel or Wordpad to read it

Thank you. Please ket me know the results

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