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launching windows live mail also launchs windows mail

  1. #1


    telworthy Guest

    launching windows live mail also launchs windows mail

    Hi,

    Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.

    I did a system restore.
    I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then asks
    me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.

    So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to set
    itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i can
    now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    crashing.

    My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall windows
    mail in any case.

    Thanks

    Tim

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  2. #2


    R. C. White Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launchs windows mail

    Hi, Tim.

    First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.

    > Further to previous posts I have made
    OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:

    > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.

    HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?

    Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.

    RC
    --
    R. C. White, CPA
    San Marcos, TX
    rc@xxxxxx
    Microsoft Windows MVP
    Windows Live Mail 2009 (14.0.8064.0206) in Win7 Ultimate x64 RC 7100

    "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx

    > Hi,
    >
    > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    >
    > I did a system restore.
    > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    > asks
    > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    >
    > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    > set
    > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    > can
    > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    > crashing.
    >
    > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    > windows
    > mail in any case.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Tim

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3. #3


    telworthy Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launchs windows mail

    Hi RC..

    Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.

    The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    itself within it`s folder location.

    The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if to
    set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see that
    windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and winmail.exe).
    I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking for
    my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for my
    account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a new
    email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live mail
    loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process list.
    Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.

    It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    scratching my head for days...

    Tim
    "R. C. White" wrote:

    > Hi, Tim.
    >
    > First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    > version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    > interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    > post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    > Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    >

    > > Further to previous posts I have made
    >
    > OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    >

    > > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    >
    > No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    > and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    > the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    > does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    > cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    >
    > HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    > installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    >
    > Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    > is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    >
    > RC
    > --
    > R. C. White, CPA
    > San Marcos, TX
    > rc@xxxxxx
    > Microsoft Windows MVP
    > Windows Live Mail 2009 (14.0.8064.0206) in Win7 Ultimate x64 RC 7100
    >
    > "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx

    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    > > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    > >
    > > I did a system restore.
    > > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    > > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    > > asks
    > > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    > > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    > > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    > >
    > > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    > > set
    > > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    > > can
    > > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    > > crashing.
    > >
    > > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    > > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    > > windows
    > > mail in any case.
    > >
    > > Thanks
    > >
    > > Tim
    >
    >

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  4. #4


    R. C. White Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launchs windows mail

    Hi, Tim.

    Thanks for that clear, detailed narrative. I wish I could help further but
    I'm an accountant, not a techie of any kind. There are several regulars
    here who should be able to help with the problem. I hope one or more of
    them will pop in here...soon! We might need someone from the WLM Team for
    this one.

    Good luck.

    RC
    --
    R. C. White, CPA
    San Marcos, TX
    rc@xxxxxx
    Microsoft Windows MVP
    Windows Live Mail 2009 (14.0.8064.0206) in Win7 Ultimate x64 RC 7100

    "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:0C980085-8895-4402-9CD5-997D8F474D10@xxxxxx

    > Hi RC..
    >
    > Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    > 14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.
    >
    > The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    > desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    > itself within it`s folder location.
    >
    > The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    > rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if
    > to
    > set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see
    > that
    > windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and
    > winmail.exe).
    > I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking
    > for
    > my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    > leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for
    > my
    > account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a
    > new
    > email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live
    > mail
    > loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process
    > list.
    > Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.
    >
    > It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    > scratching my head for days...
    >
    > Tim
    > "R. C. White" wrote:
    >

    >> Hi, Tim.
    >>
    >> First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live
    >> Mail
    >> version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    >> interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on
    >> your
    >> post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    >> Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    >>

    >> > Further to previous posts I have made
    >>
    >> OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    >>

    >> > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    >>
    >> No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely
    >> separate
    >> and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything
    >> about
    >> the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them.
    >> WLM
    >> does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does
    >> not
    >> cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    >>
    >> HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    >> installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    >>
    >> Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know
    >> about
    >> is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    >>
    >> RC
    >> --
    >> R. C. White, CPA
    >> San Marcos, TX
    >> rc@xxxxxx
    >> Microsoft Windows MVP
    >> Windows Live Mail 2009 (14.0.8064.0206) in Win7 Ultimate x64 RC 7100
    >>
    >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >> news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx

    >> > Hi,
    >> >
    >> > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    >> > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    >> >
    >> > I did a system restore.
    >> > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if
    >> > I
    >> > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    >> > asks
    >> > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to
    >> > windows
    >> > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager
    >> > both
    >> > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    >> >
    >> > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want
    >> > to
    >> > set
    >> > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM
    >> > i
    >> > can
    >> > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out
    >> > it
    >> > crashing.
    >> >
    >> > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching
    >> > when i
    >> > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    >> > windows
    >> > mail in any case.
    >> >
    >> > Thanks
    >> >
    >> > Tim
    >>
    >>

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  5. #5


    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launchs windows mail

    Very peculiar! I can think of no reason why starting wlmail.exe
    would also start WinMail.exe. Perhaps something is sending a request
    to the default email program, so make sure Windows Live Mail has all
    its defaults. Open the Default Programs applet, then click the first item:
    "Set your default programs."
    After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on "Windows
    Live Mail". If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)


    "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:0C980085-8895-4402-9CD5-997D8F474D10@xxxxxx

    > Hi RC..
    >
    > Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    > 14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.
    >
    > The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    > desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    > itself within it`s folder location.
    >
    > The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    > rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if to
    > set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see that
    > windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and winmail.exe).
    > I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking for
    > my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    > leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for my
    > account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a new
    > email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live mail
    > loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process list.
    > Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.
    >
    > It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    > scratching my head for days...
    >
    > Tim
    > "R. C. White" wrote:
    >

    >> Hi, Tim.
    >>
    >> First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    >> version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    >> interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    >> post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    >> Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    >>

    >> > Further to previous posts I have made
    >>
    >> OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    >>

    >> > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    >>
    >> No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    >> and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    >> the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    >> does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    >> cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    >>
    >> HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    >> installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    >>
    >> Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    >> is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    >>
    >> RC
    >> --
    >> R. C. White, CPA
    >> San Marcos, TX
    >> rc@xxxxxx
    >> Microsoft Windows MVP
    >> Windows Live Mail 2009 (14.0.8064.0206) in Win7 Ultimate x64 RC 7100
    >>
    >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >> news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx

    >> > Hi,
    >> >
    >> > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    >> > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    >> >
    >> > I did a system restore.
    >> > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    >> > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    >> > asks
    >> > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    >> > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    >> > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    >> >
    >> > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    >> > set
    >> > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    >> > can
    >> > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    >> > crashing.
    >> >
    >> > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    >> > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    >> > windows
    >> > mail in any case.
    >> >
    >> > Thanks
    >> >
    >> > Tim
    >>
    >>

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  6. #6


    telworthy Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launchs windows mail


    That`s what i thought about...however when i checked windows live mail and
    windows live mail (news) had all the defaults. Windows Mail and windows Mail
    (news) have none of the defaults.

    Tim

    "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:

    > Very peculiar! I can think of no reason why starting wlmail.exe
    > would also start WinMail.exe. Perhaps something is sending a request
    > to the default email program, so make sure Windows Live Mail has all
    > its defaults. Open the Default Programs applet, then click the first item:
    > "Set your default programs."
    > After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on "Windows
    > Live Mail". If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >
    > --
    > Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
    >
    >
    > "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:0C980085-8895-4402-9CD5-997D8F474D10@xxxxxx

    > > Hi RC..
    > >
    > > Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    > > 14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.
    > >
    > > The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    > > desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    > > itself within it`s folder location.
    > >
    > > The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    > > rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if to
    > > set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see that
    > > windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and winmail.exe).
    > > I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking for
    > > my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    > > leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for my
    > > account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a new
    > > email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live mail
    > > loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process list.
    > > Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.
    > >
    > > It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    > > scratching my head for days...
    > >
    > > Tim
    > > "R. C. White" wrote:
    > >

    > >> Hi, Tim.
    > >>
    > >> First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    > >> version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    > >> interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    > >> post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    > >> Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    > >>
    > >> > Further to previous posts I have made
    > >>
    > >> OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    > >>
    > >> > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    > >>
    > >> No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    > >> and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    > >> the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    > >> does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    > >> cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    > >>
    > >> HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    > >> installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    > >>
    > >> Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    > >> is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    > >>
    > >> RC
    > >> --
    > >> R. C. White, CPA
    > >> San Marcos, TX
    > >> rc@xxxxxx
    > >> Microsoft Windows MVP
    > >> Windows Live Mail 2009 (14.0.8064.0206) in Win7 Ultimate x64 RC 7100
    > >>
    > >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > >> news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx
    > >> > Hi,
    > >> >
    > >> > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    > >> > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    > >> >
    > >> > I did a system restore.
    > >> > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    > >> > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    > >> > asks
    > >> > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    > >> > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    > >> > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    > >> >
    > >> > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    > >> > set
    > >> > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    > >> > can
    > >> > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    > >> > crashing.
    > >> >
    > >> > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    > >> > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    > >> > windows
    > >> > mail in any case.
    > >> >
    > >> > Thanks
    > >> >
    > >> > Tim
    > >>
    > >>
    >

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  7. #7


    Peter.R Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launches windows mail

    Hi Tim.

    I can't explain why WMail is starting when you start WLMail, but I have a couple of ideas that might help...

    Firstly, if you want to investigate the reason for this problem, two programs that may be of help are 'Process Explorer' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896653.aspx) and 'Process Monitor' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896645.aspx).

    In an attempt to resolve the problem though, I suggest that you do a Repair Install of Windows Live Essentials through Control Panel->Programs and Features.

    If all else fails, you can rename 'WinMail.exe'* to 'WinMail.exe.bak'. That should see the end of WMail starting up...

    If Windows refuses to allow you to rename WinMail.exe, you can use a program called 'Unlocker' (http://********.free.fr/unlocker/) to rename it, or else adjust the permissions of WinMail.exe to give yourself full control over it.

    *C:\Program Files\Windows Mail\WinMail.exe

    --
    Cheers,
    Peter.R
    (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 2009 14.0.8064.0206)
    "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare

    "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:48C57859-2822-46A3-90F5-F3330F68BDC7@xxxxxx

    >
    > That`s what i thought about...however when i checked windows live mail and
    > windows live mail (news) had all the defaults. Windows Mail and windows Mail
    > (news) have none of the defaults.
    >
    > Tim
    >
    > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    >

    >> Very peculiar! I can think of no reason why starting wlmail.exe
    >> would also start WinMail.exe. Perhaps something is sending a request
    >> to the default email program, so make sure Windows Live Mail has all
    >> its defaults. Open the Default Programs applet, then click the first item:
    >> "Set your default programs."
    >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on "Windows
    >> Live Mail". If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
    >>
    >>
    >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:0C980085-8895-4402-9CD5-997D8F474D10@xxxxxx

    >> > Hi RC..
    >> >
    >> > Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    >> > 14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.
    >> >
    >> > The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    >> > desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    >> > itself within it`s folder location.
    >> >
    >> > The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    >> > rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if to
    >> > set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see that
    >> > windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and winmail.exe).
    >> > I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking for
    >> > my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    >> > leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for my
    >> > account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a new
    >> > email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live mail
    >> > loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process list.
    >> > Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.
    >> >
    >> > It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    >> > scratching my head for days...
    >> >
    >> > Tim

    >> > "R. C. White" wrote:
    >> >
    >> >> Hi, Tim.
    >> >>
    >> >> First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    >> >> version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    >> >> interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    >> >> post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    >> >> Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    >> >>
    >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made
    >> >>
    >> >> OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    >> >>
    >> >> > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    >> >>
    >> >> No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    >> >> and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    >> >> the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    >> >> does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    >> >> cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    >> >>
    >> >> HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    >> >> installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    >> >>
    >> >> Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    >> >> is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    >> >>
    >> >> RC
    >> >> --
    >> >> R. C. White, CPA
    >> >>
    >> >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >> >> news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx
    >> >> > Hi,
    >> >> >
    >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    >> >> > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    >> >> >
    >> >> > I did a system restore.
    >> >> > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    >> >> > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    >> >> > asks
    >> >> > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    >> >> > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    >> >> > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    >> >> >
    >> >> > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    >> >> > set
    >> >> > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    >> >> > can
    >> >> > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    >> >> > crashing.
    >> >> >
    >> >> > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    >> >> > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    >> >> > windows
    >> >> > mail in any case.
    >> >> >
    >> >> > Thanks
    >> >> >
    >> >> > Tim

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  8. #8


    telworthy Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launches windows mail

    Thanks Peter,

    I have tried repair install a few times in the past and it didn`t seem to
    make a difference. I have now however renamed winmail.exe as you suggested
    after altering the permissions etc. As you predicted windows mail no longer
    fires up.

    I`ll have a look at the links to the process explorers in the next few
    days...I expect they are beyond my technical capabilities though!

    I`m assuming the work around that i have done should have no significant
    detrimental effects on my system?

    Tim

    "Peter.R" wrote:

    > Hi Tim.
    >
    > I can't explain why WMail is starting when you start WLMail, but I have a couple of ideas that might help...
    >
    > Firstly, if you want to investigate the reason for this problem, two programs that may be of help are 'Process Explorer' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896653.aspx) and 'Process Monitor' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896645.aspx).
    >
    > In an attempt to resolve the problem though, I suggest that you do a Repair Install of Windows Live Essentials through Control Panel->Programs and Features.
    >
    > If all else fails, you can rename 'WinMail.exe'* to 'WinMail.exe.bak'. That should see the end of WMail starting up...
    >
    > If Windows refuses to allow you to rename WinMail.exe, you can use a program called 'Unlocker' (http://********.free.fr/unlocker/) to rename it, or else adjust the permissions of WinMail.exe to give yourself full control over it.
    >
    > *C:\Program Files\Windows Mail\WinMail.exe
    >
    > --
    > Cheers,
    > Peter.R
    > (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 2009 14.0.8064.0206)
    > "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare
    >
    > "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:48C57859-2822-46A3-90F5-F3330F68BDC7@xxxxxx

    > >
    > > That`s what i thought about...however when i checked windows live mail and
    > > windows live mail (news) had all the defaults. Windows Mail and windows Mail
    > > (news) have none of the defaults.
    > >
    > > Tim
    > >
    > > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    > >

    > >> Very peculiar! I can think of no reason why starting wlmail.exe
    > >> would also start WinMail.exe. Perhaps something is sending a request
    > >> to the default email program, so make sure Windows Live Mail has all
    > >> its defaults. Open the Default Programs applet, then click the first item:
    > >> "Set your default programs."
    > >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on "Windows
    > >> Live Mail". If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    > >>
    > >> --
    > >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:0C980085-8895-4402-9CD5-997D8F474D10@xxxxxx
    >

    > >> > Hi RC..
    > >> >
    > >> > Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    > >> > 14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.
    > >> >
    > >> > The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    > >> > desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    > >> > itself within it`s folder location.
    > >> >
    > >> > The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    > >> > rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if to
    > >> > set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see that
    > >> > windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and winmail.exe).
    > >> > I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking for
    > >> > my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    > >> > leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for my
    > >> > account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a new
    > >> > email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live mail
    > >> > loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process list.
    > >> > Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.
    > >> >
    > >> > It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    > >> > scratching my head for days...
    > >> >
    > >> > Tim
    >

    > >> > "R. C. White" wrote:
    > >> >
    > >> >> Hi, Tim.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    > >> >> version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    > >> >> interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    > >> >> post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    > >> >> Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made
    > >> >>
    > >> >> OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    > >> >>
    > >> >> > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    > >> >> and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    > >> >> the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    > >> >> does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    > >> >> cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    > >> >> installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    > >> >>
    > >> >> Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    > >> >> is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> RC
    > >> >> --
    > >> >> R. C. White, CPA
    > >> >>
    > >> >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > >> >> news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx
    > >> >> > Hi,
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    > >> >> > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > I did a system restore.
    > >> >> > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    > >> >> > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    > >> >> > asks
    > >> >> > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    > >> >> > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    > >> >> > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    > >> >> > set
    > >> >> > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    > >> >> > can
    > >> >> > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    > >> >> > crashing.
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    > >> >> > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    > >> >> > windows
    > >> >> > mail in any case.
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > Thanks
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > Tim

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  9. #9


    Peter.R Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launches windows mail


    I can't envisage ant detrimental side effects from renaming winmail.exe other than not being able to start WMail, and it not appearing in the 'Default Programs' options.

    Actually, a more elegant solution may be to simply deny access to WMail...

    1) First rename WinMail.exe.bak back to WinMail.exe

    2) Close WLMail

    3) Start->Default Programs->Set program access and computer defaults->[x] Custom [check and expand]->Choose a default e-mail program: [section]->[x] Windows Live Mail [check]->[ ] Windows Mail->[ ] Enable access to this program [uncheck]->OK

    --
    Cheers,
    Peter.R
    (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 2009 14.0.8064.0206)
    "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare

    "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:20B5FAE8-24F9-467A-A6DD-D3AD31F0CD31@xxxxxx


    > Thanks Peter,
    >
    > I have tried repair install a few times in the past and it didn`t seem to
    > make a difference. I have now however renamed winmail.exe as you suggested
    > after altering the permissions etc. As you predicted windows mail no longer
    > fires up.
    >
    > I`ll have a look at the links to the process explorers in the next few
    > days...I expect they are beyond my technical capabilities though!
    >
    > I`m assuming the work around that i have done should have no significant
    > detrimental effects on my system?
    >
    > Tim
    >
    > "Peter.R" wrote:
    >

    >> Hi Tim.
    >>
    >> I can't explain why WMail is starting when you start WLMail, but I have a couple of ideas that might help...
    >>
    >> Firstly, if you want to investigate the reason for this problem, two programs that may be of help are 'Process Explorer' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896653.aspx) and 'Process Monitor' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896645.aspx).
    >>
    >> In an attempt to resolve the problem though, I suggest that you do a Repair Install of Windows Live Essentials through Control Panel->Programs and Features.
    >>
    >> If all else fails, you can rename 'WinMail.exe'* to 'WinMail.exe.bak'. That should see the end of WMail starting up...
    >>
    >> If Windows refuses to allow you to rename WinMail.exe, you can use a program called 'Unlocker' (http://********.free.fr/unlocker/) to rename it, or else adjust the permissions of WinMail.exe to give yourself full control over it.
    >>
    >> *C:\Program Files\Windows Mail\WinMail.exe
    >>
    >> --
    >> Cheers,
    >> Peter.R
    >> (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 2009 14.0.8064.0206)
    >> "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare
    >>
    >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:48C57859-2822-46A3-90F5-F3330F68BDC7@xxxxxx

    >> >
    >> > That`s what i thought about...however when i checked windows live mail and
    >> > windows live mail (news) had all the defaults. Windows Mail and windows Mail
    >> > (news) have none of the defaults.
    >> >
    >> > Tim
    >> >
    >> > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    >> >
    >> >> Very peculiar! I can think of no reason why starting wlmail.exe
    >> >> would also start WinMail.exe. Perhaps something is sending a request
    >> >> to the default email program, so make sure Windows Live Mail has all
    >> >> its defaults. Open the Default Programs applet, then click the first item:
    >> >> "Set your default programs."
    >> >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on "Windows
    >> >> Live Mail". If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    >> >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >> >>
    >> >> --
    >> >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:0C980085-8895-4402-9CD5-997D8F474D10@xxxxxx
    >>

    >> >> > Hi RC..
    >> >> >
    >> >> > Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    >> >> > 14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.
    >> >> >
    >> >> > The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    >> >> > desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    >> >> > itself within it`s folder location.
    >> >> >
    >> >> > The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    >> >> > rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if to
    >> >> > set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see that
    >> >> > windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and winmail.exe).
    >> >> > I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking for
    >> >> > my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    >> >> > leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for my
    >> >> > account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a new
    >> >> > email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live mail
    >> >> > loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process list.
    >> >> > Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.
    >> >> >
    >> >> > It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    >> >> > scratching my head for days...
    >> >> >
    >> >> > Tim
    >>

    >> >> > "R. C. White" wrote:
    >> >> >
    >> >> >> Hi, Tim.
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    >> >> >> version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    >> >> >> interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    >> >> >> post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    >> >> >> Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    >> >> >> and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    >> >> >> the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    >> >> >> does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    >> >> >> cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    >> >> >> installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    >> >> >> is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> RC
    >> >> >> --
    >> >> >> R. C. White, CPA
    >> >> >>
    >> >> >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    >> >> >> news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx
    >> >> >> > Hi,
    >> >> >> >
    >> >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    >> >> >> > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    >> >> >> >
    >> >> >> > I did a system restore.
    >> >> >> > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    >> >> >> > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    >> >> >> > asks
    >> >> >> > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    >> >> >> > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    >> >> >> > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    >> >> >> >
    >> >> >> > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    >> >> >> > set
    >> >> >> > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    >> >> >> > can
    >> >> >> > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    >> >> >> > crashing.
    >> >> >> >
    >> >> >> > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    >> >> >> > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    >> >> >> > windows
    >> >> >> > mail in any case.
    >> >> >> >
    >> >> >> > Thanks
    >> >> >> >
    >> >> >> > Tim

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  10. #10


    telworthy Guest

    Re: launching windows live mail also launches windows mail


    Thanks,

    Interestingly the more elegant solution failed to work. It still managed to
    fire up windows mail along side windows live mail despite access being
    disabled. I don`t know whether this adds to the mystery or sheds more light
    on it. Nevertheless the renaming solution seems to work so i`m happy with
    that.

    Kind regards

    Tim

    "Peter.R" wrote:

    >
    > I can't envisage ant detrimental side effects from renaming winmail.exe other than not being able to start WMail, and it not appearing in the 'Default Programs' options.
    >
    > Actually, a more elegant solution may be to simply deny access to WMail...
    >
    > 1) First rename WinMail.exe.bak back to WinMail.exe
    >
    > 2) Close WLMail
    >
    > 3) Start->Default Programs->Set program access and computer defaults->[x] Custom [check and expand]->Choose a default e-mail program: [section]->[x] Windows Live Mail [check]->[ ] Windows Mail->[ ] Enable access to this program [uncheck]->OK
    >
    > --
    > Cheers,
    > Peter.R
    > (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 2009 14.0.8064.0206)
    > "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare
    >
    > "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:20B5FAE8-24F9-467A-A6DD-D3AD31F0CD31@xxxxxx
    >

    > > Thanks Peter,
    > >
    > > I have tried repair install a few times in the past and it didn`t seem to
    > > make a difference. I have now however renamed winmail.exe as you suggested
    > > after altering the permissions etc. As you predicted windows mail no longer
    > > fires up.
    > >
    > > I`ll have a look at the links to the process explorers in the next few
    > > days...I expect they are beyond my technical capabilities though!
    > >
    > > I`m assuming the work around that i have done should have no significant
    > > detrimental effects on my system?
    > >
    > > Tim
    > >
    > > "Peter.R" wrote:
    > >

    > >> Hi Tim.
    > >>
    > >> I can't explain why WMail is starting when you start WLMail, but I have a couple of ideas that might help...
    > >>
    > >> Firstly, if you want to investigate the reason for this problem, two programs that may be of help are 'Process Explorer' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896653.aspx) and 'Process Monitor' (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896645.aspx).
    > >>
    > >> In an attempt to resolve the problem though, I suggest that you do a Repair Install of Windows Live Essentials through Control Panel->Programs and Features.
    > >>
    > >> If all else fails, you can rename 'WinMail.exe'* to 'WinMail.exe.bak'. That should see the end of WMail starting up...
    > >>
    > >> If Windows refuses to allow you to rename WinMail.exe, you can use a program called 'Unlocker' (http://********.free.fr/unlocker/) to rename it, or else adjust the permissions of WinMail.exe to give yourself full control over it.
    > >>
    > >> *C:\Program Files\Windows Mail\WinMail.exe
    > >>
    > >> --
    > >> Cheers,
    > >> Peter.R
    > >> (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 2009 14.0.8064.0206)
    > >> "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare
    > >>
    > >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:48C57859-2822-46A3-90F5-F3330F68BDC7@xxxxxx
    > >> >
    > >> > That`s what i thought about...however when i checked windows live mail and
    > >> > windows live mail (news) had all the defaults. Windows Mail and windows Mail
    > >> > (news) have none of the defaults.
    > >> >
    > >> > Tim
    > >> >
    > >> > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    > >> >
    > >> >> Very peculiar! I can think of no reason why starting wlmail.exe
    > >> >> would also start WinMail.exe. Perhaps something is sending a request
    > >> >> to the default email program, so make sure Windows Live Mail has all
    > >> >> its defaults. Open the Default Programs applet, then click the first item:
    > >> >> "Set your default programs."
    > >> >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on "Windows
    > >> >> Live Mail". If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > >> >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> --
    > >> >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:0C980085-8895-4402-9CD5-997D8F474D10@xxxxxx
    > >>
    > >> >> > Hi RC..
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > Sorry about lack of info. I`m using windows live mail version
    > >> >> > 14.0.8064.0206. It`s the one i get when I go via the download site.
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > The behaviour occurs whether I launch it from the start menu, or the
    > >> >> > desktop, or even if i delve into the harddrive and locate the application
    > >> >> > itself within it`s folder location.
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > The windows live title comes up with the message `signing in` and the
    > >> >> > rotating vista icon. Then another window pops up asking for my name as if to
    > >> >> > set up a new account. If I goto the process list in task manager i see that
    > >> >> > windows mail and windows live mail are running (wlmail.exe and winmail.exe).
    > >> >> > I could to two things. If i end the winmail.exe process the window asking for
    > >> >> > my account info disappears and windows live mail loads up properly. If i
    > >> >> > leave the processes alone and just choose cancel on the window asking for my
    > >> >> > account information it says `are you sure you want to exit the wizard, a new
    > >> >> > email account won`t be created` then i click yes and then windows live mail
    > >> >> > loads up but both processes continue to run in the task manager process list.
    > >> >> > Once i exit WLM both processes disappear.
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > It`s as if they are inextricably intertwined within each other...i`ve been
    > >> >> > scratching my head for days...
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> > Tim
    > >>
    > >> >> > "R. C. White" wrote:
    > >> >> >
    > >> >> >> Hi, Tim.
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> First, when posting here, please always mention your full Windows Live Mail
    > >> >> >> version (14.0.8064.0209?), especially since you are using the browser
    > >> >> >> interface, rather than WLM, so we can't tell that from the headers on your
    > >> >> >> post. Also, please include your exact Windows version (Windows Vista
    > >> >> >> Ultimate x64 SP1?); that often makes a difference.
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> OK, I did find this in the post you made earlier today:
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> > I`m using vista home premium 32 bit on both computers.
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> No, WLM should NOT also launch WM! The two programs are entirely separate
    > >> >> >> and can actually run side-by-side, but neither really knows anything about
    > >> >> >> the other - except when we try to import/export messages between them. WLM
    > >> >> >> does try to import data from WM during initial installation, but it does not
    > >> >> >> cause WM to start. And, as you know, you cannot uninstall WM from Vista.
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> HOW do you launch WLM? From the Start menu item that WLM put there at
    > >> >> >> installation? Or from an icon on your Desktop that you created? Or...?
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> Your other posts say that you are using IMAP and Hotmail. All I know about
    > >> >> >> is POP3. But I don't think that is a factor in this problem.
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> RC
    > >> >> >> --
    > >> >> >> R. C. White, CPA
    > >> >> >>
    > >> >> >> "telworthy" <telworthy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > >> >> >> news:B3E0F8F6-347D-4C8F-B74A-31D093033065@xxxxxx
    > >> >> >> > Hi,
    > >> >> >> >
    > >> >> >> > Further to previous posts I have made surrounding wlm crashing whilst
    > >> >> >> > shutting whilst within an IMAP folder I have made further progress.
    > >> >> >> >
    > >> >> >> > I did a system restore.
    > >> >> >> > I loaded up windows live mail. Then automatically a window comes up if I
    > >> >> >> > want to make WINDOWS MAIL my default email handler (i tick no) and then
    > >> >> >> > asks
    > >> >> >> > me to put in account information. If I cancel this it takes me to windows
    > >> >> >> > live mail with my normal accounts in place. However in task manager both
    > >> >> >> > windows live mail and windows mail are running in the process list.
    > >> >> >> >
    > >> >> >> > So it would seem that launching WLM also causes WM to launch and want to
    > >> >> >> > set
    > >> >> >> > itself up as me email client. As long as i cancell all prompts from WM i
    > >> >> >> > can
    > >> >> >> > now shut down WLM no problem at all whilst in an imap account with out it
    > >> >> >> > crashing.
    > >> >> >> >
    > >> >> >> > My question is...how do I stop Windows Mail automatically launching when i
    > >> >> >> > click on Windows Live Mail. It does not appear that you can uninstall
    > >> >> >> > windows
    > >> >> >> > mail in any case.
    > >> >> >> >
    > >> >> >> > Thanks
    > >> >> >> >
    > >> >> >> > Tim

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