I wonder if Live Windows Mail 2011 and 2012 will work on Windows 11? Yes, it works very well.
Step 1: Open Windows Live Mail. Step 2: In the Windows Live Mail window, click the File button, select Export, and then select Email Messages. Step 3: Select Microsoft Exchange as the format, then click Next.
Launch Windows Live Mail on your new computer, click File and Import Selected Messages. a folder on your USB device or hard drive containing your shared emails.
Windows 10 and Windows 11 already come with their own awesome Windows email client, Mail.
To import email accounts, folders, and messages from Windows Mail through Windows Live Mail: Start Windows Mail.
Select > Tools Accounts from the menu.
Check each of our desired email accounts.
Click Save to export the settings to an actual .iaf file named after the profile you saved in your Documents folder.
Close Windows Mail.
Open Windows Live Mail.
Select > Stuff Accounts from the menu. ? You need to lightly hold the Alt key to see the menu.
more important things
Windows Live mail import steps. Sign in to your Windows Live Mail account on the web using File Explorer. Select the “Apps” alternative in the upper left corner of the computer and select “People”. Choose Manage > Add People. Note. You don’t need to do this if you’re already on the Add People screen. Select the “Start” value.
To identify your store folder section, look; Outlook Express Tools->Options…->Maintenance->Save Folder Eye Button…Windows Mail for Vista and Windows Live Mail for Windows XP
Copy the path to the dialog you’ll see shortly (highlight the text with your mouse and choose CTRL+C).
Close OE, WM or WLM.
Check your current Internet connection. Yes, indeed. Your
Check the SMTP server details. This is a very common mistake: you have updated your email client with absolute SMTP settings. All
Check usernames, then passwords. Your
Check the connection with the SMTP server.
Change your SMTP port.
Check your antivirus or firewall settings.
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