Cannot open Windows mail, WinMail.exe - Unable to locate component, could not start because SHELD32.dll was not found

Original title: my Windows Mail program and shortened, will not open.

My Windows Mail program and shortened, will not open.  I get a box of popup titled WinMail.exe - impossible to component locat.  Inside it is said he "could not start because SHELD32.dll was not found."  Reinstalling the application may fix this problem. "When I click OK another box opens with"MSOE.dll is not found. »

Hello

I moved your post to the forum Windows Vista under programs category. They are experts in the field of your request and would be in a better position to answer your concerns.

Thank you.

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