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Select Windows Live Essentials from the list of programs, select Uninstall/Change at the top menu bar, and then select Repair all Windows Live Programs. I have run the wlarp program but this has not fixed the issue. If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. In the meantime, you might consider raising the question in the Bullguard forums ( ); the mods there can analyze BG logs to see what's going on.

message compose windows - open behind the main window. Kindly visit this article to configure Live Mail. Thread Tools Display Modes #1 03-02-2014, 01:40 PM Doc2626 Uber Member Join Date: May 2005 Location: Baja California Posts: 12,811 Windows Live Mail can't open a new or Takes a few minutes but should eliminate the message. click

A Problem Occurred While Trying To Open This Message Windows Live Mail 2012

If using Verizon/Fios, go to the Verizon/Fios website and sign into your email. I should also mention I use System Mechanic V10.7 which I suspect has removed the connection between a plugin to a photo editing program in the last few weeks. The outbox just appeared. by pwprism / May 14, 2012 5:05 AM PDT I am "on the road" with my Windows 7 laptop.

Nope, stock Netgear N300 router. Options -> Advanced tab -> Maintenance button, on the bottom there is a section "Trouble shooting". I've unistalled all of Windows Live Essentials which includes Windows Live Mail. Windows Live Mail Could Not Be Started 0x800c0155 997 Sunday, November 17, 2013 4:38 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi artreid, did you get an answer to your private email?

Just another instance of Microsoft 'improving things worse' ( think Windows 8) Back to top #7 sflatechguy sflatechguy BC Advisor 1,911 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:03:24 PM Posted 11 May Windows Live Mail Could Not Be Started The Application Was Unable To Open It was rather annoying to see new email messages on my inbox but not been able to open them. ;-) Monday, January 31, 2011 8:06 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign Would you like to use your default acct to send these messages? Any ideas?

Thursday, June 23, 2011 2:48 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote We've had the same problem for the past week. Windows Live Mail The Contents Of This Message Cannot Be Found I cannot access my address book at all. So I looked further for diagnostics, and there it was! No one from MSFT is monitoring this forum For MSFT support on Windows Live Essentials (2009, 2011) or Windows Essentials 20012 use the following link Scroll down and choose the

Windows Live Mail Could Not Be Started The Application Was Unable To Open

and I now I open the log file, which has thousands of lines of every little thing it does, and amongst that there I saw this section: [23:57:44.18] 1e58 Mail: Zone_MailChk I had a problem with a new install of WLM that would not send in Gmail only. A Problem Occurred While Trying To Open This Message Windows Live Mail 2012 Mike Reports: · Posted 5 years ago Top Straspey Posts: 556 This post has been reported. Windows Live Mail Cannot Open Message Go to uninstall software and select uninstall for Windows Live Essetials 2011.

I felt sure that removing 2012 and installing anew would do the trick. have a peek at these guys Suddenly I couldn't send email, killed my day, very upsetting mess, how to fix? Could that be the cause? Conclusion: Windows Live Mail itself was not broken, the mail database was not broken, but the .NET 2.0 framework (or parts of it) were corrupt. 0x800c0155 Windows Live Mail

I'll probably need to set it back to secure and port 25 when i get back home... What piece of garbage, and this is an improvement? Live Mail really is the pits & it's about time that Microsoft did something about these problems ie.a 'new' version with the bugs killed off. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - could send but now cannot receive by mingzybaby / September 19, 2015 1:17 AM PDT In reply to: Thank you...this led me

It helps you and the member input and saves confusion. Unable To Open Windows Live Mail 2012 How did you resolve initial instantces? So,I cannot do my job until this is fixed.

I can only guess the router has been set up differently than stock.

Thursday, January 20, 2011 4:10 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have a similar problem. Change the outgoing stmp to 587, then click apply and ok. Reply John-Paul Staff 25,617 Points 2016-01-21 5:27 pm Hello brian, Thank you for contacting us. 0x800c0155 2 by R.

really works... Could receive email fine on port 110 but could not send out on port 25 like i could at home. So I can hear but I can't speak, and I'd much prefer it the other way around. this content Takes a few minutes but should eliminate the message.

Hope this helps. How does it works, could you please tell me the solutions. I have gone into unopened deleted messages and same thing. Cheers, Lucas Reply christopherm Staff 5,995 Points 2016-07-12 9:44 am You can try re-sending the messages or checking/disabling anti-virus software on your computer as a test.

Please try again. Delete the outgoing mail. You can export the 'contacts' (e-mail addresses) to a folder in 'Documents',but when i did it,they weren't in any recogniseable format & i wondered if they could be 'imported' to a A time-out occurred while communicating with the server.Server: ''Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x800CCC19Protocol: POP3Port: 995Secure(SSL): Noso how can i solve this problem so i can send AND receive emails?

Saturday, July 02, 2011 5:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I tried all of the above including the aggressive fix and still can't compose or reply to Thank you, -John-Paul Reply Ron n/a Points 2014-03-07 11:36 am Ok I got it I opened up task manager and end task on live mail then proceeded to open my email All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Changing the outgoing port to 587 and unchecking the 'secure server' requirement solved the problem.

Please keep us posted here if you do.Noel Back to Top SotondaveNew Member Date Joined Dec2011Total Posts : 2 Posted 12/31/2011 9:48 AM (GMT +2) I can confirm As an IT pro, this would be the first step I would suggest.