Windows Live Mail Calendar

Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by J.D.B., Jan 27, 2009.

  1. J.D.B.

    J.D.B. Guest

    Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I get
    the following error message "There was an error when attempting to connect to
    the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
    upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".
    I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I am
    open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.
     
    J.D.B., Jan 27, 2009
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    kpyt Guest

    I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I can't
    open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on microsoft
    website. Help!

    "J.D.B." wrote:

    > Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I get
    > the following error message "There was an error when attempting to connect to
    > the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
    > upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".
    > I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I am
    > open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.
     
    kpyt, Jan 27, 2009
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    t-4-2 Guest

    You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    you have new messages.
    I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    t-4-2

    "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > can't
    > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > microsoft
    > website. Help!
    >
    > "J.D.B." wrote:
    >
    >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    >> get
    >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    >> connect to
    >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    >> an
    >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    >> representative".
    >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    >> am
    >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.
     
    t-4-2, Jan 27, 2009
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    Fairplay Guest

    The same problem appears in the German version and it is not possible to fill
    out daily events.

    "J.D.B." wrote:

    > Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I get
    > the following error message "There was an error when attempting to connect to
    > the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
    > upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".
    > I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I am
    > open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.
     
    Fairplay, Jan 28, 2009
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    Gregg Fowler Guest

    "t-4-2" <> wrote in message
    news:OfB#...
    > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do
    > with " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start
    > up". UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > you have new messages.
    > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > t-4-2


    I am having the problem too and it is CPU intensive for a bit. I will
    uncheck the boxes.
     
    Gregg Fowler, Jan 29, 2009
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    TDesai Guest

    I have resolved.
    Login to http://calendar.live.com/ with your Live id.
    On left Pane you will see 'Calendars' and below all calanders
    'Calendars'
    -Your Name's calendar
    -........ Holidays
    -Birthday calendar
    - xyz's calander

    Here Uncheck '-Your Name's calendar' and '- xyz's calander'

    Hope this works as it did worked for me

    "t-4-2" wrote:

    > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    > " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    > UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > you have new messages.
    > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > t-4-2
    >
    > "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > > can't
    > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > > microsoft
    > > website. Help!
    > >
    > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > >
    > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    > >> get
    > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    > >> connect to
    > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    > >> an
    > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    > >> representative".
    > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    > >> am
    > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.

    >
    >
     
    TDesai, Mar 7, 2009
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    TDesai Guest

    I have resolved.
    Login to http://calendar.live.com/ with your Live id.
    On left Pane you will see 'Calendars' and below all calanders
    'Calendars'
    -Your Name's calendar
    -........ Holidays
    -Birthday calendar
    - xyz's calander

    Here Uncheck '-Your Name's calendar' and '- xyz's calander'

    Hope this works as it did worked for me

    Tarak

    "J.D.B." wrote:

    > Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I get
    > the following error message "There was an error when attempting to connect to
    > the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
    > upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".
    > I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I am
    > open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.
     
    TDesai, Mar 7, 2009
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    TDesai Guest

    I have resolved.
    Login to http://calendar.live.com/ with your Live id.
    On left Pane you will see 'Calendars' and below all calanders
    'Calendars'
    -Your Name's calendar
    -........ Holidays
    -Birthday calendar
    - xyz's calander

    Here Uncheck '-Your Name's calendar' and '- xyz's calander'

    Hope this works as it did worked for me

    Tarak

    "Peter.R" wrote:

    > How are you going with this problem kypt?
    >
    > Whenever I received this the error message "Windows Live Mail could not be started. Closing Windows Live Mail. Your calendar contains corrupt data that is forcing Windows Live Mail to close. (0x80040154)", I was able to correct it by doing a Repair Install of 'Windows Live Eessentials'.
    >
    > --
    > Cheers,
    > Peter.R
    > (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 14.0.8050.1202)
    > "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare
    >
    > "kpyt" <> wrote in message news:...
    >
    > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I can't
    > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on microsoft
    > > website. Help!
    > >
    > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > >
    > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I get
    > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to connect to
    > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
    > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".
    > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I am
    > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B
     
    TDesai, Mar 7, 2009
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    jembo-x Guest

    on the desktop delete the calendar folder, it will be re-created
    c:\documents and settings\<user name>\local settings\application
    data\microsoft\windows live mail

    "TDesai" wrote:

    > I have resolved.
    > Login to http://calendar.live.com/ with your Live id.
    > On left Pane you will see 'Calendars' and below all calanders
    > 'Calendars'
    > -Your Name's calendar
    > -........ Holidays
    > -Birthday calendar
    > - xyz's calander
    >
    > Here Uncheck '-Your Name's calendar' and '- xyz's calander'
    >
    > Hope this works as it did worked for me
    >
    > Tarak
    >
    > "J.D.B." wrote:
    >
    > > Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I get
    > > the following error message "There was an error when attempting to connect to
    > > the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
    > > upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".
    > > I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I am
    > > open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.
     
    jembo-x, Jan 28, 2010
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    Robert Guest

    I've tried everything found on Internet - nothing works. Then I realized that
    the error message is not the same on every try running Windows Live Mail. I
    have mail-store on other hard drive, so I've changed whole security again
    (get ownership and give proper priviliges). Now it works.
    It means, that Windows Live Mail will say "calendar corrupt" on every
    problem with reading the mail store (perhabs calendar is reading as first?).

    "Peter.R" wrote:

    > How are you going with this problem kypt?
    >
    > Whenever I received this the error message "Windows Live Mail could not be started. Closing Windows Live Mail. Your calendar contains corrupt data that is forcing Windows Live Mail to close. (0x80040154)", I was able to correct it by doing a Repair Install of 'Windows Live Eessentials'.
    >
    > --
    > Cheers,
    > Peter.R
    > (Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live Mail 14.0.8050.1202)
    > "There are more things in Heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." - Shakespeare
    >
    > "kpyt" <> wrote in message news:...
    >
    > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I can't
    > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on microsoft
    > > website. Help!
    > >
    > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > >
    > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I get
    > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to connect to
    > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
    > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".
    > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I am
    > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B
     
    Robert, Mar 28, 2010
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    Alexei3000 Guest

    It's working again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THANK for the tip!

    "TDesai" wrote:

    > I have resolved.
    > Login to http://calendar.live.com/ with your Live id.
    > On left Pane you will see 'Calendars' and below all calanders
    > 'Calendars'
    > -Your Name's calendar
    > -........ Holidays
    > -Birthday calendar
    > - xyz's calander
    >
    > Here Uncheck '-Your Name's calendar' and '- xyz's calander'
    >
    > Hope this works as it did worked for me
    >
    > "t-4-2" wrote:
    >
    > > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    > > " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    > > UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > > you have new messages.
    > > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > > t-4-2
    > >
    > > "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    > > news:...
    > > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > > > can't
    > > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > > > microsoft
    > > > website. Help!
    > > >
    > > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > > >
    > > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    > > >> get
    > > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    > > >> connect to
    > > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    > > >> an
    > > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    > > >> representative".
    > > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    > > >> am
    > > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.

    > >
    > >
     
    Alexei3000, Jun 7, 2010
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    johnrmaier Guest

    I can't even get my Live Mail to open to do any un-checking! No software
    should be allowed that can't be un-installed, much less repair itself! Does
    one have to re-format, go back to 'factory' just because one software
    designer is so arrogant that there is no provision to un-install?

    "t-4-2" wrote:

    > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    > " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    > UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > you have new messages.
    > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > t-4-2
    >
    > "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > > can't
    > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > > microsoft
    > > website. Help!
    > >
    > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > >
    > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    > >> get
    > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    > >> connect to
    > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    > >> an
    > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    > >> representative".
    > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    > >> am
    > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.

    >
    >
     
    johnrmaier, Jul 15, 2010
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    Gordon Guest

    "johnrmaier" wrote in message news:...

    I can't even get my Live Mail to open to do any un-checking! No software
    should be allowed that can't be un-installed, much less repair itself! Does
    one have to re-format, go back to 'factory' just because one software
    designer is so arrogant that there is no provision to un-install?


    Eh? Of course there's a provision to uninstall.
    Click on Windows Live Essentials in Control Panel- Uninstall Programs (for Win 7 - choose the correct place for your version of Windows) and click on Uninstall/Change at the top.
    A dialog box appears allowing you to remove one or more Windows Live components.
     
    Gordon, Jul 15, 2010
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  14. Unless you are the same person as "kpyt" or "J.D.B.", both of whom
    provided problem statements in this thread, I don't see *your* detailed
    problem statement. Without that we can't really help you.

    Have you even tried the normal uninstall procedure by going to
    Control Panel, Programs and Features, and double-clicking on
    Windows Live Essentials?

    Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)


    "johnrmaier" wrote in message news:...

    I can't even get my Live Mail to open to do any un-checking! No software
    should be allowed that can't be un-installed, much less repair itself! Does
    one have to re-format, go back to 'factory' just because one software
    designer is so arrogant that there is no provision to un-install?

    "t-4-2" wrote:

    > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    > " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    > UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > you have new messages.
    > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > t-4-2
    >
    > "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > > can't
    > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > > microsoft
    > > website. Help!
    > >
    > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > >
    > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    > >> get
    > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    > >> connect to
    > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    > >> an
    > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    > >> representative".
    > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    > >> am
    > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.

    >
    >
     
    Gary VanderMolen \(MVP\), Jul 15, 2010
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    ...winston Guest

    You're reading and responding to very old information regarding 'overloading'...which was factual at one point in time and a few
    years ago.

    Please state your problem on what actually occurs when opening WLM.

    If your problem(opening) is Calendar related(the subject of the old thread you responded)...navigate in your user profile
    (Application Data or AppData) to the Windows Live Calendar folder and delete the Calendar database....though until you can actually
    provide more specifics..e.g. WLM version, operating system not much else can or should be suggested.

    Uninstall is like any other program...Add-Remove(XP) or Programs and Features(Vista/Windows7)...look for the Windows Live
    Essentials item.

    --
    ....winston
    ms-mvp mail

    "johnrmaier" wrote in message news:...

    I can't even get my Live Mail to open to do any un-checking! No software
    should be allowed that can't be un-installed, much less repair itself! Does
    one have to re-format, go back to 'factory' just because one software
    designer is so arrogant that there is no provision to un-install?

    "t-4-2" wrote:

    > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    > " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    > UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > you have new messages.
    > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > t-4-2
    >
    > "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > > can't
    > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > > microsoft
    > > website. Help!
    > >
    > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > >
    > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    > >> get
    > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    > >> connect to
    > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    > >> an
    > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    > >> representative".
    > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    > >> am
    > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.

    >
    >
     
    ...winston, Jul 15, 2010
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    Deborah Lynn Guest

    I have Windows 7 never had a problem with getting into my email and one day
    clicked on it and received this message "Windows Live Mail could not be
    started. Closing WLM your calendar contains corrupt data that is forcing WLM
    to close (0X80070057) - I have never used the calendar. Can not even hopen
    WLM now and can't seem to find a resolution. Any help would be greatly
    appreciated.


    "...winston" wrote:

    > You're reading and responding to very old information regarding 'overloading'...which was factual at one point in time and a few
    > years ago.
    >
    > Please state your problem on what actually occurs when opening WLM.
    >
    > If your problem(opening) is Calendar related(the subject of the old thread you responded)...navigate in your user profile
    > (Application Data or AppData) to the Windows Live Calendar folder and delete the Calendar database....though until you can actually
    > provide more specifics..e.g. WLM version, operating system not much else can or should be suggested.
    >
    > Uninstall is like any other program...Add-Remove(XP) or Programs and Features(Vista/Windows7)...look for the Windows Live
    > Essentials item.
    >
    > --
    > ....winston
    > ms-mvp mail
    >
    > "johnrmaier" wrote in message news:...
    >
    > I can't even get my Live Mail to open to do any un-checking! No software
    > should be allowed that can't be un-installed, much less repair itself! Does
    > one have to re-format, go back to 'factory' just because one software
    > designer is so arrogant that there is no provision to un-install?
    >
    > "t-4-2" wrote:
    >
    > > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    > > " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    > > UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > > you have new messages.
    > > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > > t-4-2
    > >
    > > "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    > > news:...
    > > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > > > can't
    > > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > > > microsoft
    > > > website. Help!
    > > >
    > > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > > >
    > > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    > > >> get
    > > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    > > >> connect to
    > > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    > > >> an
    > > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    > > >> representative".
    > > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    > > >> am
    > > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.

    > >
    > >

    >
    > .
    >
     
    Deborah Lynn, Jul 25, 2010
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    ...winston Guest

    Deborah,
    You'll need to delete the calendar folder(s)

    Close WLM
    Open Windows Explorer(press the Windows key + E )
    Click on Tools/Folder Options/View
    - check Show Hidden files and folders
    - uncheck Hide protected operating system files
    Clikc OK
    Navigate in Windows Explorer in your user profile to the Windows Live Calendar folder
    %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\windows live mail\calendars
    or
    C:\Users\<your windows logon name>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Live Mail\Calendars

    Delete all subfolder folders in the 'Calendars' folder
    - you should see one folder named 'default' or 'DBStore' and also if present other folders with your email address

    Once done, go back to Tools/Options/View and uncheck Show Hidden files and check Hide Protected operating system files.

    Restart your computer
    Logon to Windows, then open WLM (Note if using a Live ID to sign on to Windows Live sign on, if not cancel if prompted)


    --
    ....winston
    ms-mvp mail

    "Deborah Lynn" wrote in message news:...

    I have Windows 7 never had a problem with getting into my email and one day
    clicked on it and received this message "Windows Live Mail could not be
    started. Closing WLM your calendar contains corrupt data that is forcing WLM
    to close (0X80070057) - I have never used the calendar. Can not even hopen
    WLM now and can't seem to find a resolution. Any help would be greatly
    appreciated.


    "...winston" wrote:

    > You're reading and responding to very old information regarding 'overloading'...which was factual at one point in time and a few
    > years ago.
    >
    > Please state your problem on what actually occurs when opening WLM.
    >
    > If your problem(opening) is Calendar related(the subject of the old thread you responded)...navigate in your user profile
    > (Application Data or AppData) to the Windows Live Calendar folder and delete the Calendar database....though until you can
    > actually
    > provide more specifics..e.g. WLM version, operating system not much else can or should be suggested.
    >
    > Uninstall is like any other program...Add-Remove(XP) or Programs and Features(Vista/Windows7)...look for the Windows Live
    > Essentials item.
    >
    > --
    > ....winston
    > ms-mvp mail
    >
    > "johnrmaier" wrote in message news:...
    >
    > I can't even get my Live Mail to open to do any un-checking! No software
    > should be allowed that can't be un-installed, much less repair itself! Does
    > one have to re-format, go back to 'factory' just because one software
    > designer is so arrogant that there is no provision to un-install?
    >
    > "t-4-2" wrote:
    >
    > > You are not alone. According to one of the MVPs, it has something to do with
    > > " overloading " and MS is trying to solve that. Until there is a fix,
    > > someone gave a "workaround" and it works.
    > > Tools > Options > General. UN-check "Send and receive message at start up".
    > > UN-check "Check for new messages every ...."
    > > The downside of this method is : you need to hit F5 or Sync to find out if
    > > you have new messages.
    > > I am using this method for at least 3 days.
    > > t-4-2
    > >
    > > "kpyt" <> wrote in message
    > > news:...
    > > > I am having similair problems since I downloaded the latest version. I
    > > > can't
    > > > open my email unless I restart my computer. I received an error message a
    > > > file in the calendar was corrupt. I can't seem to find any help on
    > > > microsoft
    > > > website. Help!
    > > >
    > > > "J.D.B." wrote:
    > > >
    > > >> Every time I open Windows Live Mail the calendar tries to update but I
    > > >> get
    > > >> the following error message "There was an error when attempting to
    > > >> connect to
    > > >> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
    > > >> an
    > > >> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
    > > >> representative".
    > > >> I am running the latest version of Windows Live Mail and also NIS 2009. I
    > > >> am
    > > >> open to any Ideas that anybody has on this subject. J.D.B.

    > >
    > >

    >
    > .
    >
     
    ...winston, Jul 26, 2010
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