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Windows mail working intermittently

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Ozpoodle, Nov 28, 2007.

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  1. Ozpoodle

    Ozpoodle Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    Been a few years since I've posted. I am having trouble with Vista - Windows Mail. It does lots of different strange things. Sometimes it will download emails and other times it says there's an error. When it does download, nothing shows up in the window and I have to click outbox or other and then inbox again before the emails can be seen. Sometimes it says that the emails could not be deleted. I try to create mail and it says cannot send. I can reply to some emails once they've been downloaded - sometimes. I am very much the amateur in regard to fixing problems like this so...I was wondering whether I can remove the program and then put it back to get rid of the glitches. I have been told by various people that Vista Mail is fraught with problems.
    I hope you can help me in some way. As you can imagine, it is very frustrating. I hope I can receive your reply.
    thanks
    Ozpoodle
     
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