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Tseng

Remove Windows Mail in Live Install Mode

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Just bought NTLite personal version.

1st investment in 2015.

 

Quick question:

I have Office 2013 installed, and my mail client is Outlook 2013.

If I chose to remove Windows Mail in the Live Install mode on my running Windows 8.1,

will there be any side effect?

 

I seem to remember that in nLite, (not sure it is XP or Vista), remove Windows Mail will render Outlook useless.

 

Thanks in advance.

Edited by Tseng

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I seem to remember that in nLite, (not sure it is XP or Vista), remove Windows Mail will render Outlook useless.

If it was nLite, it was not Vista. But if it was XP, there was no Windows Mail. :no:

That said, there is a warning in nLite that says Outlook Express is needed for Outlook. I don't know about Windos Mail. There might be a reason why Windows Mail is stll included in Windows 7 while not really as "working" feature.

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Hi Tseng, thanks for the support.

Windows Mail should not be needed for Outlook, but before I encourage you to remove it Live, please make a backup, you can use one of these free tools.

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