Unable to start Windows Mail

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Hello,

I am having trouble using Windows Mail because it shows an error message "MSOE.DLL could not be loaded". I searched the solution from internet but I could not find. I want to start Windows Mail so help me to resolve this error. Any suggestions would be helpful.

Thanks in advance.

Error Message: Windows mail could not be started because MSOE.dll could not be loaded.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #186977

Unable to start Windows Mail

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Hello Berta,

It appears some of the files for Windows Mail have got corrupt. This issue has become fairly common, it appears some of the messages or message stores somehow get corrupted when anti-virus scanner scan them.

You can try the following to see if they help –

  1. You should first try fixing the corrupt file by using WMUtil, it is small utility which can repair, compact Outlook databases. It is the tool to turn to for repairing Windows mail databases.
  2. In case you have enabled System restore, then you may restore to previous good state where Windows mail was working.

Hoping either of these solutions help you fix the problem.

Regards,

Mclean Buono

Answered By 0 points N/A #186978

Unable to start Windows Mail

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Hello Berta

Here is a solution to your problem. You click Start, and type in the search box, Windows Explorer. Click to open, and go to C:Users. Right Click on the folder, hit Properties, and clear the check in the box that says "Read only". Apply changes to folders and sub folders, as it says. Click Ok. Then, restart computer and run Windows Mail. It should work just fine now.

I hope this will help you to fix your problem.

Randolph

Answered By 70 points N/A #186979

Unable to start Windows Mail

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Hello,

"DLL file missing" is a common error and many Windows user suffers a lot from this issue.

I would like to recommend you to this techyv page. It contains useful ways to solve similar issue.

DLL file error with MSVBVM60.DLL message

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