Thanks heaps for that fix Hua, it is *really* good to know. It certainly does repair broken Quick views quickly and without drama (I intentionally broke my Quick views to test it). Still though, the quick views do break again afterward if I delete a storage folder. But at least I can easily repair them again. I am sure you will have that bug fixed for the next build.
Now, off topic whilst I have your attention Hue. Since you post in quoted printable encoding, you must realise that WLM is now automatically wrapping Quoted Printable Plain Text. Is that a bug or by design? I now have to use Base 64 to prevent my Plain Text messages from being automatically text wrapped.
(Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 12.0.1606)
"There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare
"hlin [MSFT]" <hlin@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C01AA5A8-5998-4998-A39F-990B48CF1772@xxxxxx
> Hi Ron,
> We believe that most if not all of the problems with quick views are
> caused by having previous Beta's of WLM on your machine. To rebuild
> the Quick Views from scratch (and fix any incorrect Quick View data
> left in the data store from Beta's), you should delete the following
> registry key at HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows Live
> Mail\SearchFolderVersion. Note that it'll slow down the next start up
> due to the rebuild of the quick view data store.
> "Ron P" <ronDOTpREMOVE@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Hi. Under the quick view "all news" I have 9 unread news posts from
>> various groups and servers that I cannot get rid of. I have tried
>> maintenance and compacting to no avail. They keep showing up
>> unread. When I try to open or view any, I get an error:
>> Message could not be displayed
>> Windows Live Mail encountered an unexpected problem while displaying
>> this message. Check your computer for low memory or low disk space
>> and try again.
>> I have plenty of memory and space.