Windows 10: Stop Outlook.com and MS Live Email hooking up
Stop Outlook.com and MS Live Email hooking up
I am running Win 10 Pro 14915. Ever since the last Inside build (14915) I've been having issues with my MS LIVE Email (MS Essentials). For example: the program will not let me delete new unread or read emails or allow a move to a different folder. I get an error message. I have run SFC, DISM and the "repair" of MS Essentials. This does not fix the problem. I suspect that my MS ACCT. which ties the two email together may be the culprit. My question is: How can I unhook the two email (each has a separate email address)?
Is this with a hotmail/Outlook.com account? I have the same problem with my hotmail account on both WLMail & Win 10 mail client, I cannot delete emails from the inbox or deleted items folder, I can move emails to the deleted items when using WLMail.
I suspect my account is in the process of being moved to the new sync protocol as there's no calendar entries either for the hotmail account.
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I'm using Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2016.
Not about Windows 10 but about Outlook 2010 desktop application.
My apologise if this is not the right board to post this but do not know where else to post about Outlook 2010 desktop application. :o
Just received email from Microsoft informing me...
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