What Happened To My Windows Live Mail?

If you’ve installed Windows Live Mail as a default mail client and if you think that your computer is infected with the ransomware then you must remove it. Once removed, all of your files will be deleted from the computer, your cloud storage will be accessible again and in case if you use Microsoft’s Outlook.com or any other Outlook email client, they will work even after being uninstalled.

Where has my Windows Live Mail gone?

If you have two different types of e-mail accounts in Windows Live Mail, you can toggle between them using the following steps:
A: Choose the account you want to access, then select Options
B: Select the account that you’re currently signed into.

How do I get my Windows Live Mail Back Online?

To get your Windows Live Mail on the Internet, click the Start button. From the Start menu type in about:config in the Search bar and press Enter or Return on keyboard. Select the drop-down menu next to the option “Prevent browser from being set as:'”” and select on to apply. In the Internet Options window the Manage Add-ons by clicking Tools and then clicking Turn Windows features on or off link. Select the check box next to Microsoft.NET Framework option by selecting OK at this point.

Why can’t I access my Windows Live Mail?

For this problem, you can try deleting the current email account and creating a new one. You can also try reinstalling Windows Essentials 2012 on your computer.

How can I recover my live email account?

To make your account back up, go to https://account.live.com/ResetPassword.aspx and fill out the form there. Select Next after entering the email address of your disabled account and seeing the characters on the screen.
[Answer]: To restore your account and reset your password, go to https://account.live.com/ResetPassword.aspx and fill out the form there. Select Next after entering the email address of your disabled account and seeing the characters on the screen.

Does Windows Mail work offline?

If you do not have internet access, you can tell Windows Live Mail to use its cached email when you log back in, and it will go back to checking for new emails every 10 minutes.

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