Friday, August 13, 2010

Install Windows Mail on Windows Seven

With Windows Seven there is no mail client installed by default. It is for you to add the operating system software of mail you want. For those who would continue to use Windows Mail there is a problem because the software does not yet exist as an executable file . So it must be installed " by hand ".
! Note : You must be logged on as Administrator to continue !


  • Click " Computer " then " Programs " and " Windows Mail ".
  • Right click " Windows Mail " then choose " Properties ".
  • Go tab "Security and click " Advanced ".
  • Click on the tab "Owner ".
  • In line Current Owner noted" TrustedInstaller ".
  • Click " Change ".
  • Select your session and check " Replace owner on sub containers and objects ".
  • Click " Apply " and confirm with OK.
  • A warning message appears , click OK.
  • Return tab "Security.
  • Click " Change " to give full control to your session.
  • A window pops, check " Full Control " and click OK.
  • Close all open windows .
  • Retrace "C: \ Program ".
  • Rename the old folder " Windows Mail " in " Windows Mail7 ".
  • Copy Folder " Windows Mail " Vista folder " Programs " Seven .

1 comment:

  1. I'll need to install Win-7 64bit, on a spare HD to see if I can indeed get Windows Mail working with the latest fix I have.

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