Ok..I tried this as Steve suggested and everything works fine now...I copy
and paste his exact answer. ( Thanks Steve!)
As Gary says, you need to paste the entire line I supplied with the quotes.
If that did nothing then I don't know what else you can do except maybe
delete all the registry entries for WinMail. The junk filter info is in the
registry and that might have been corrupted.
Go to Start | Search and type regedit. Then choose continue to allow it and
then read the help file.
Then go to this registry key
and right click it and choose Export to back it up.
Then make sure WinMail is closed and right click on the key again and choose
Then try starting Winmail.
Abyssus Abyssum Invocat
> Been using Vista Home Premium w/Windows Mail for about 6 mos w/ no problem.
> Using AVE w/email scanner turned off. After installing the 7/10/07 windows
> updates (there were 7 of them) I get the error "Windows Mail could not be
> started because MSOE.DLL could not be initialized." I've read all of these
> posts and have tried everything. The only thing that worked was system
> restore. I then ran the updates again (except the one for Windows Mail junk
> mail, but it still caused the same problem. I restored again and it went
> away. Does anyone know if it's a particular update that could be causing the
> problem or have any other suggestions?