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Windows Mail problem

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by BoxerfanUK, Oct 31, 2007.

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  1. BoxerfanUK

    BoxerfanUK Thread Starter

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    I have a problem with windows mail on my laptop that runs Windows Vista. Here's Hoping someone can help.

    A couple of months ago I received an e-mail from a friend that now shows an exclamation mark with the following message;

    'Message could not be displayed
    Windows Mail encountered an unexpected problem while displaying this message. Check your computer for low memory or low disk space and try again.
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Windows Mail'

    When I try to delete the message, a box appears saying the message could not be deleted!! Although annoying coz it coulkdn't be deleted, it didn't appear to affect anything. However, now I have the same thing has appeared in my outbox!! Again I can not delete it, nor can I move the message to another folder. Since this message appeared in my outbox I cannot send any e-mails!!! I can recieve, but not send.

    Does anyone know if this is because oif this undeletable file in my outbox?

    So, does anyone know how I can get rid of these messages, plus any other ideas as to why I can't send e-mail.

    Please help!!!
     
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  3. BoxerfanUK

    BoxerfanUK Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the reply and welcome allheart55. I'll give it a try.

    Cheers (y)
     
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