Just a few comments:
(1) You are posting to a thread started on 20 June last year, with the
latest post before yours dated 10 November. There are not many readers who
will be able to assign any context to your comments, particularly since you
have deleted all foregoing messages apart from a couple of quotes. Tanja's
remark is not even archived on Google, and we can speculate on the reason
(2) I cannot imagine any scenario where having to enter a password to launch
an email client would be required. It takes just as long as it does to enter
a password into a Windows user account. If you lock your account when
leaving your machine unattended, the client can still be running, so saving
the start-up delay when you return.
(3) Are you saying that you always close down your email client "every time
you want to step away from the computer?" If not, how does OE's password
(4) You can only have one instance of WLMail per user, so users sharing a
Windows account will always have access to each others' email, just as they
have access to each others' private letters, IM history, browsing history
and intimate photos.
(5) WLMail stores messages as plain text files easily opened and read in
Now, press the Windows key + L. (Don't worry, it won't break anything.)
Welcome back. Was that too painful? Time consuming?
"Austin" <Austin@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Quote: This issue is already known and we have logged it as a bug for
> consideration. -- tanja
> Quote: It's just not normal for an email client to have a login. -- Gary
> A bug?? Not normal?? ... You guys and gals must be joking! ... WLM, like
> requires password protection. "Take into future consideration" the fact
> we don't want to play with User Accounts, as it's "just not normal" to
> to do that every time we want to step away from the computer.