"Toni Lea" <Toni Lea@discussions.microsoft.com
> wrote in message
>I can't figure it out either and can't get any help from the mfg? HELP ME
> "Windows Mail Deleted Folder" wrote:
>> Why did you delete my message? Because you don't know how to fix it? I
>> just keep entering it until you have the courtesy of sending me an email
>> telling me you don't know how to fix it.
>> When I delete an email in the deleted folder the cursor should go to
>> the yes or no box. It does not. It stays on the red X for delete.
>> What time will you delete this message tomorrow?
If you are not willing to just ignore them, the only way is to delete both
copies of the database (which does not contain the messages, but only
references to them) and let WinMail rebuild it.
First close WinMail, then use Task Manager to make sure there are no
instances of it under applications or processes.
Then click Start | Search | Advanced Search
Check the box to include non-indexed, hidden and system files.
In the Name field type WindowsMail.MSMessageStore and click the Search
It should show you two copies. Delete both of them and re-open WinMail.
Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
Do not send mail.