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In Windows Live Mail message I used to see a message in the bottom right hand corner showing progress when checking for new mail but this has disappeared for some reason. Any ideas how to get this back ?
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Aditya Arora earned 500 total points
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hello,

Go to View tab and click on Status bar.

Thanks Aditya
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Of course - thanks !
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