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I am having problems in sending mails


petehat

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Dear Sir I am having problems in sending emails as it comes up, Mail sent. could not copy it to your designated sent messages folder, then afterwards, problem has occurred. please contact your administrator. I tried it several times and nothing happens. Can you please look into this fault. Yours Sincerely Mr peter Hatherell

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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What mail client are you using Outlook, Windows mail, Live mail ?

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petehat

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I think its Live mail sir

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Sea Urchin

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Fruit Bat

This post would appear to be a hoax/wind up as per many previous threads

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Lets try a repair.

The first thing to do is to launch Control Panel.

In Vista / W7, you will want the option that says, Uninstall a Program.

From your program list, look for Windows Live Essentials. Double-click it to continue.

Initiating the Repair

Windows Live Essentials

Of course, we are not actually going to be uninstalling all of your Windows Live programs. Instead, we just want to repair the damaged ones. You will notice that by clicking on Windows Live Essentials, you will be prompted to choose to uninstall the programs, or just repair them. Be sure to click on the Repair option before hitting Continue.

From here, the program will automatically look through your installed Windows Live components and repair all of them. It does seem like a bit of a hassle considering if you’re only looking to repair just one of them, but if there are some other components that you have installed that could use a tune-up, it will perform the same maintenance on them as well.

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Sea Urchin

Perhaps the answer may help other people as well

:0)

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lotvic

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Before anyone else tries to help 'petehat' read his profile. We've all tried and got no response and concluded it's a wind-up and a waste of our time.

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