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Send No thanks Thank you for your feedback! This is a problem that seems to occur when you have an IMAP account. The strange thing is that it is not > > possible to choose it either. I followed your instructions to uninstall W I Expl 9 - and notice that it has been replaced with WIE 8. http://themenage.com/windows-10/windows-8-1-administrator-password-missing.html

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Live Mail Column headings in Windows MailI'm in the process of setting up Windows Mail and transferring from Outlook Express 6. The recipient, for example, is not. Similar Threads - Windows Live Mail Windows Live Mail won't open.

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Under HTML format you will not see the paperclip and it's drop down menu, but as soon as you select 'plain text' the paper clip appears. Top of Page Additional resources Install Install Admin Training Was this information helpful? Hopefully Microsoft will attend to this problem and give us our Mail program in the same format as we had previously. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

Could you explain under which drop down menu I can find it? System Manufacturer/Model Number ACER 5570-2977 OS vista home premium 32bit CPU ?T2080 Motherboard yes Memory 80GB Graphics Card intel graphics media accelerator 950 Sound Card yes Monitor(s) Displays laptop Reply With Reply With Quote 2010-12-27,18:58 #3 IreneLinda View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Bronze Lounger Join Date Sep 2002 Location Naples, Florida, USA Posts 1,258 Thanks 42 Thanked 3 Times in Windows 10 Mail Reading Pane Bottom on the drop down menu from the paper clip there would normally be 2 options 1.

Here is my second message to Microsoft Dear Chan case number "1153790526 - PROBLEMS SOLVED I am back again! This is in regards to your case number "1153790526" wherein the issue is with attachments icon being disabled in Windows Mail. The missing “To:” field didn’t happen in another install we performed, but the next step—the grey-out issue—did.)Simple enough, we thought—it’s easy to customize the view to show the “To:” field. The only thing I've done differently since it worked was run CCleaner to speed up my laptop.

The paper clip issue is solved but the attachment now contains extra attachments wihich seem to be linked to the Internet and others also being extracts from the intended attachment. But unfortunally no, what I'm saying is that the Sent folder when using IMAP account is the only folder that do not have the attachment column and it is not in Perhaps this would help you as well. Then select your message, click Open and in the new window that opens, you can then right-click on the attachment to save it on your computer.

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Thank you for any help you can give me chloe11, Aug 26, 2012 #1 bburg Valued Member Joined: Mar 1, 2012 Messages: 88 Likes Received: 12 Do you use IMAP Ask a Question Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Windows Live Mail View Settings Any other feedback? Windows 10 Mail Change Layout I've looked through and tried all the choices under "View".

Please also go through this following link for more information. http://themenage.com/windows-10/windows-mail-vista-32-bit-not-downloading-mail-with-large-attachments.html Search Navigate By Topic Laptops Desktops Tablets Printers Components Storage Win 10 Tips More More Review Categories E-Readers Chromebooks 2-in-1 Laptops Keyboards Mice Peripherals Departments See All Reviews Research by Brand However, you can make it visible again by going into Tools, Options, Read, and then check Read all Messages in Plain Text. Christopher, Jun 24, 2009 #3 Kenneth Guest Hi, Thanks for your reply, but the problem is that there is no option to choose attachment column at all! Windows 10 Mail Preview Pane

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I think we can agree on that.Outlook Express does, too, and the Subject is one of the columns shown by default. But how to work around it, for now?In your Sent Mail view in Live Mail, hit Alt to bring up the menu bar, click View > Layout, and in the Layout Go into View, Layout, and uncheck Show Preview Pane. To display it, you have to change the Windows Mail or Outlook Express columns layout.Change the Columns Shown in Windows Live Mail, Windows Mail or Outlook ExpressTo set the columns shown

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You may have to Register before you can post. It sounds like it might be helpful to connect you to one of our agents. Please try again. I tried checking it and, like magic, the blue header with the From, To, Subject AND the paperclip appeared!

from the menu in Windows Live Mail, Windows Mail or Outlook Express.In Windows Live Mail, you can only pick the columns shown when the reading pane is off or at the Very convienient BACKUP...BACKUP...BACKUP Have a Great Day! I know there should be mail automatically going into those folders and they are not there. Article Tools: | Print Research by Category Desktops Laptops Tablets & E-Readers Printers PC Components Research By Brand Samsung Apple Dell Hewlett-Packard Lenovo Connect With Us Contact Info Meet the

I read somewhere that you can do changes in registry to "force" choices to be displayed that for some reason are hidden in OE, maby there is a fix for this