See Rons' earlier response about send and receiving from a Hotmail account(mail.live.com or hotmail.com) and removing the redundant
Hotmail type accounts are available in multiple forms(Hotmail.com, Live.com, Msn.com, etc)
As noted in my post(a few minutes ago), if you can access mail.live.com your Live.ca account is also a Hotmail type account.
"NEEDLENOSES" <NEEDLENOSES@newsgroup> wrote in message news:9E6BA107-14B9-4EBE-AD55-DA2A6B704E63@newsgroup
> No, not a one-time incident at all; continuing as we speak; still getting
> mail coming in to both accounts; sometimes one or the other; can't get a
> handle on any consistancy; frustrating.
> "...winston" wrote:
>> Since this is a new account setup after a clean install of WLM on a new o/s....are you sure those messages being received from
>> telus.net are not on your web server...I.e. WLM performing a one time download(when the account is setup as a pop3 account) from
>> your account on the server.
>> ms-mvp mail
>> "NEEDLENOSES" <NEEDLENOSES@newsgroup> wrote in message
>> > Sorry in advance if this has already been addressed!!
>> > New, clean, install of Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. Install went
>> > remarkably well ( some driver issues) until I got to the step wher I decided
>> > to become one with Windows Live Mail. Joined up as needlenoses@ live.ca and
>> > entered a second existing account @telus.net. I made sure that the telus.net
>> > account was set as default; then the mail started coming in. I will get 10
>> > to 20 posts sent to me at telus.net arrive in the live.ca inbox (checked
>> > propertys of them all). Next time I will get 5 mail go into telus account,
>> > then into both accounts. Can't figure out any solid pattern. I even deleted
>> > live.ca account for two days; decided to go back into it for a look, and it
>> > was still operational and had 68 e-mails that I did not know existed. Need
>> > help on this one. A few people did get e-mail from me from the live account
>> > ( my fault for not picking the account I was sending from.) Had them remove
>> > it from their list.