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Win 7 and Windows Live Mail (send/receive button)

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Alexandro

#1
I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta and
I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't seem to find it. Never
seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button. Where
is it? :-) (where's the smileys?)

Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build
14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the version that will
be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any information
you can give me.
 

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Alexandro

#2
Oh, I forgot. Can anyone point me to the Microsoft Windows 7 forum? Thanks.


"Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:eel8ZyYdJHA.1184@xxxxxx

> I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta
> and I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't seem to find it.
> Never seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button.
> Where is it? :-) (where's the smileys?)
>
> Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build
> 14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the version that
> will be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any
> information you can give me.
 

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Victek

#3
"Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:eel8ZyYdJHA.1184@xxxxxx

> I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta
> and I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't seem to find it.
> Never seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button.
> Where is it? :-) (where's the smileys?)
>
> Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build
> 14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the version that
> will be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any
> information you can give me.
The "send/receive" button has been replaced with a "Sync" button.
 

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t-4-2

#4
I am not an expert, just regular user.
SYNC is your send/receive.
14.0.8050.1202, which I installed a few days ago, is no longer a beta .
To my understanding, WLM v14 is to be used in Win 7.
Smileys are still there, at the top of the compose area when you click NEW.
There is a thread regarding Win 7 forum, if you care to scroll down and look
for it.
t-4-2

"Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message
news:eel8ZyYdJHA.1184@xxxxxx

> I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta
> and I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't seem to find it.
> Never seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button.
> Where is it? :-) (where's the smileys?)
>
> Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build
> 14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the version that
> will be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any
> information you can give me.
 

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Gary VanderMolen

#5
There is a Microsoft Windows 7 Beta forum here:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/category/w7itpro/

--
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)


"Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:eetMn3YdJHA.3948@xxxxxx

> Oh, I forgot. Can anyone point me to the Microsoft Windows 7 forum? Thanks.
>
>
> "Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:eel8ZyYdJHA.1184@xxxxxx

>> I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta and I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't
>> seem to find it. Never seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button. Where is it? :-) (where's the
>> smileys?)
>>
>> Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build 14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the version
>> that will be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any information you can give me.
>
 

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...winston

#6
F5 and Control F5


--
...winston
ms-mvp mail


"Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:eel8ZyYdJHA.1184@xxxxxx

> I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta and I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't
> seem to find it. Never seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button. Where is it? :-) (where's the
> smileys?)
>
> Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build 14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the version
> that will be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any information you can give me.
 

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Bill Condie

#7
So it's Sync, thanx.

Wasn't quite sure what that was



"...winston" wrote:

> F5 and Control F5
>
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
>
> "Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:eel8ZyYdJHA.1184@xxxxxx

> > I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta and I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't
> > seem to find it. Never seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button. Where is it? :-) (where's the
> > smileys?)
> >
> > Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build 14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the version
> > that will be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any information you can give me.
>
>
 

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...winston

#8
Yes..and you're welcome

--
...winston
ms-mvp mail


"Bill Condie" <billcondoe@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:9AE4F4ED-E058-42F7-8869-7B93EF6AD546@xxxxxx

> So it's Sync, thanx.
>
> Wasn't quite sure what that was
>
>
>
> "...winston" wrote:
>

>> F5 and Control F5
>>
>>
>> --
>> ...winston
>> ms-mvp mail
>>
>>
>> "Alexandro" <alex@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:eel8ZyYdJHA.1184@xxxxxx

>> > I installed the latest version of Windows Live Mail with Windows 7 beta and I have no Send/Receive button on my toolbar. Can't
>> > seem to find it. Never seen an email client that didn't default with a send/receive button. Where is it? :-) (where's the
>> > smileys?)
>> >
>> > Also is the version of Windows Live Mail (Version 2009 (build 14.0.8050.1202), a beta version? If not beta, is this the
>> > version
>> > that will be used (if I choose to) with Windows 7? Thanks a lot for any information you can give me.
>>
>>
 

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