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If you're restoring from the back up in the above method, then use the Windows Live Mail option and click Next. Click on Browse, navigate to the folder in which your backup All you have to do is to copy them to your new (temporary?) profile.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (2) Collapse - Answer Windows Live Mail Folders disappeared by Amber_Anderson / Okay, click here to see how to hide/unhide menu bar on your version of windows live mail.You need to make your hidden folders visible to see the full path of windows Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Windows Live Mail Folders disappeared The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. this content

The last suggestion. http://www.pcworld.com/article/189238/win_live_mail_store.html tells where they are (unless you changed the default location yourself, but then you would know).Since the location is inside the user profile, it's possible also that the profile was How can I retrieve them? K.

Windows Live Mail Folders Not Showing

James Martin, #6 2015/09/22 Jolly Roger Well-Known Member Thread Starter Joined: 2009/11/22 Messages: 24 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Location: Kefalonia Computer Experience: Intermediate "lj50 said: ↑ The AppData folder Using start, %homepath etc led me to a group of folders but not live mail.3. Mohammad Yasir: 3 was working for me thanks... Clicked on one of the folders and all the rest appeared on the Home page!

Jolly Roger, #4 2015/08/31 Lifetime Subscription lj50 SuperGeek WindowsBBS Team Member Joined: 2003/07/04 Messages: 2,627 Likes Received: 133 Trophy Points: 843 Location: USA, Earth Computer Experience: Experienced Learner The AppData folder Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Subscribe ▲ Learn more about PCWorld's Digital Editions    🔎 Home News Reviews How-To Video Business Laptops Tablets Phones Hardware Security Software Gadgets Subscribe Resources PCs Phones Printers Ultrabooks Windows Live Mail Storage Folders Recovered Items I did the repair which went smoothly but unfortunately did not unearth my missing folders.If we could find where Windows stores its Live Mail folder (such as inbox, storage, etc) I

James Martin, #3 2015/08/31 Jolly Roger Well-Known Member Thread Starter Joined: 2009/11/22 Messages: 24 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 76 Location: Kefalonia Computer Experience: Intermediate Thanks for the replies guys. Windows Live Mail Folders Keep Disappearing Click on Organize\Folder and Search Options\View. That should show the AppData folder.Click to expand... Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

M. Windows Live Mail Recovery When I finally did, all my folders have disappeared! In the more common pop3 situation, folders on the server and folders on thee client are unrelated.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer The answer: by captaingreek / I will try later today when I have more time.

Windows Live Mail Folders Keep Disappearing

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Rodney Hi, Yes I see them all in my back up but they didn't transfer over to the C drive K. news Here's how to find them PCWorld | Mar 19, 2015 7:36 AM PT Email a friend To Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Privacy Policy Thank you Your message Note: The location of the Storage folders in this list will revert to the bottom if they have been hidden from view and then restored. N. Windows Live Mail Inbox Missing

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Th MS suggested procedure is to re-install from the Store. C:\users\usernamexxxx\appdata\local\microsoft\windows Live Mail I cannot make the layout drop down menu appear but have only given your suggestion a quick try because some folks are waiting on me to go to lunch. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

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For full access please Register. Any ideas? It's very annoying to have to go... Windows Live Mail Email Disappearing From Inbox Maybe it got lost in the move back to W7?

Any Idea? I have tried to hunt this but it seems as thought it is a window 8.1 frustration. Restore disappeared / missing Windows Live Mail storage folders Your Windows Live Mail storage folders aren't lost. check my blog Lance1, Mar 23, 2013 #7 Waldogw Thread Starter Joined: Sep 18, 2012 Messages: 63 No, nothing works.

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Monty Compton on March 31st, 2013 5:19 am I have Windows 7 and use Window Live Mail for my email program. I never hid it.I have downloaded the How To show hidden W7 files and will work with it when I feel better. I see them in my back up external hard drive in the folder you suggest but when I do the rest of your instructions and then import them into windows live In some cases, Windows Live Mail users have reported some or all of their Windows Live Mail folders disappearing either after a Windows update or a Windows Live Mail Update or