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Thanks for the info, Roderunner. Funny. I tried to use that before, but don't recall seeing the Show all menus option. Maybe I was too discombobulated by all my sudden e-mail issues (including with other accounts).
I have not continued with your initial Tools/Accounts suggestion yet, because I need more information before making an irreversible change. Since you seem knowledgeable about WLM, I'd like to know:
(1.) Will exporting/deleting my present account eliminate all stored e-mails---received, sent, etc.? I suspect it will. If so, there are some that I want to save. I will have to browse through over a couple thousand of them to see which ones, before I continue.
WLM is not your email provider, its a tool to read recieve only. I use 3, googlemail and aolmail which dont get deleted unless I access them direct, hotmail is preset by its maker to auto delete after specified period. (including livemail)
(2.) Upon exporting the current account, just put it in any file? I assume that the purpose is simple storage, not any sort of activation. If this just for backup?
All the backup (export) is, is to save your settings.
(3.) By manually configuring/deleting/adding, what account would I be adding? Is this decision made automatically with a drop-down option? Is the answer <New>?
Google and Aol must be added manually, hot/livemail is automatic and works ok.
(4.) Lastly, is this essentially the same as uninstalling/reinstalling WLM? NO
I'll try the export/config/delete/add option, though I'm none too sure my IP won't still be blocked by Windows Live Mail, for whatever reason. But only after resolving question (1.). Thanks again.
Edited by Roderunner, 16 January 2010 - 08:16 PM.
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