That figures. Symantec's Norton antivirus is probably the worst offender
when it comes to interfering with email client functions. As a test, you
should uninstall it, then try your Windows Mail again, just to see if it
makes a difference.
Gary VanderMolen [MS-MVP WLM]
"Homer" <Homer@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:7C5B0836-E9E5-42A3-9651-B3F7B1A25AB9@xxxxxx
> Symantic Antivirus for Vista
> "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
>> Which antivirus are you running?
>> Gary VanderMolen [MS-MVP WLM]
>> "Homer" <Homer@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:24F99797-1FA9-43C7-951D-5C6D7C29A2B2@xxxxxx
>> >I recently had to do a clean reinstall of Windows Vista due to so many errors
>> > with the upgrade. Now my Windows Mail is not working properly. When I start
>> > Windows Mail it downloads all my messages just fine but when it checks for
>> > messages, I get an error. It does this every time it checks for mail. When
>> > I hit the send/receive button, it says it can't download the messages and
>> > tells me to review the list of errors but the errors box is blank. If I
>> > close Windows Mail and then start it again, it works and downloads the
>> > messages that were waiting so I know I have the accounts set up correctly.
>> > What is going on and what do I need to do?