Just highlight the message and press Enter (or double-click) IF you are sure
it is safe.
The junk mail folder is different from the other folders. For one thing, it
has no Reading Pane. So the only way to read the message body is to Open
the message. Even the Ctrl+F3 shortcut to look at its headers doesn't work;
we have to right-click, then click Properties | Details | Message Source.
I'm not sure of all the reasons for this new "feature", but I'm pretty sure
that it is working as the WLM Team intended.
R. C. White, CPA
San Marcos, TX
Microsoft Windows MVP
(Running Windows Live Mail 2008 in Vista Ultimate x64)
"trustn01" <trustn01@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Suddenly my junk mail folder doesn't show me the message body, only the
> header. This started this morning and is the same for both of my email
> accounts. Is this a new "feature"? I hate it. Could I have accidently
> changed a setting? My other folders are working just like always.