I just replaced Outlook Express with Windows Live Mail on my XP desktop. Today I was writing an e-mail and happened to enter "(?)" at the end of one sentence. WLM changed it to and "ASL" (age, sex, location) emoticon you see in the attachment. This is NOT one of the emoticons on the emoticon list that WLM makes available. I can find no options addressing autotext or replacing characters with emoticons. So why/how is WLM changing my typed character into an emoticon I don't use and don't want, and how do I stop it from doing that?
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