It is most-commonly used in Windows Live Mail developed by Microsoft. It uses the EXE file extension and is considered a Win32 EXE (Executable application) file. Wlmail.exe was first developed on for the Windows 10 Operating System in Windows Live Essentials 2012 16.4.3528.331.
Can anyone get Live Mail to install and run on Vista 64 Ultimate? Messenger works fine but I can't get Live Mail to work whatever I do. Google searches have people running it on 64 bit, but I suspect that it isn't supported on 64 bit systems??
It works for me on Vista 64 Ultimate. I don't use it though as I have Outook 2007 as well. When you say can't get Live Mail to work what happens?
Edit: Actually mine is 'Windows Mail' not 'Live Mail' – so I'm wrong.
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Yeah, I have Windows Mail as well, but this is Windows Live Mail, like Live Messenger. Windows Mail does not support web based email, so I wanted Live Mail to run my Hotmail account, but it will install but not start up.
Looking at some posts it mentions about the 32 bit registry vs the 64 bit registry and Live Mail is 32 bit program. I think its a permission thing in the registry, but it won't let me change it.
You would think that Microsoft would allow its programs to run on 64 bit systems for god's sake! But then again, it is Microsoft.....
Anyone got any ideas?
Ok. I do have live mail as well.
I just failed to log in to my hotmail account using Minefield (64 bit Firefox). Windows Live says: 'Upgrade your browser'.
I succeeded using IE7 though :)
Glad I did 'cause the other night I set up a Live Space and had basically forgotten about it, and there is a welcome email sitting there.
edit: yep – IE7 on Vista64
So, you have 64 bit Vista and Live Mail works for you?
Have Live Mail running here on Vista Home Premium 64 bit working fine, try downloading the install file again http://get.live.com/wlmail/overview .
It is only 64 bit Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 that aren't supported http://get.live.com/wlmail/system_requirements
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Have Live Mail running here on Vista Home Premium 64 bit working fine, try downloading the install file again http://get.live.com/wlmail/overview
Tried it again, and again. It installs and I go to open it by clicking on the quicklaunch icon, then it says, 'Please wait while Windows configures Windows Live Mail', then that dissapears and nothing happens.
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Its okay. Got it. Had to change permissions for the 32 bit registry.....how crazy.