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Windows Live Mail Desktop Envelope has gone on Windows 7

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Hi Experts,

I've a strange error with Windows Live Mail Desktop. I've installed the Windows 7 RC and Version 2009 (14.0.8064.0206) from Windows Live Mail Desktop. I placed the Icon from Windows Live Mail Desktop in the Superbar (new Taskbar). When I got a new e-mail there was always a little envelope in the Icon in the Superbar showing that there is a new e-mail, but now it won't appear when I got a new e-mail. Does anybody of you have a solution for this issue?

Thank you in advance,

Zoidi
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Hey again,

I figured the issue out by myself. In the file properties of "wlmail.exe", there was the compatibility mode set to Windows Vista SP1. I switched off the compatibility mode and then it worked fine.

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