Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Windows Mail Fix

Once again, I am glad that I regularly read Sandi Hardmeier's blog, "Spyware Sucks". I thought that my Windows Mail accounts had become corrupt because outgoing mail was not being sent. However, from Sandi, I learned that yesterday Microsoft released Knowledge Base Article 941090: Messages may be stuck in the Outbox when you use Windows Mail on a computer that is running Windows Vista:
"On a computer that is running Windows Vista, some messages may be stuck in the Outbox when you use Windows Mail. You cannot send or delete these messages. Additionally, every time that you close Windows Mail, you are prompted that there are unsent messages in your Outbox."
You will be prompted to restart your computer after installing the update.

Thank you, Sandi!


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