Windows mail will not 'send' why not?

I use windows mail (delivery non-living) as a back-up for Hotmail (as 'things' will not send via Hotmail).

until recently, it worked ok, now - nothing (I can compose emails, look at what's already there etc, but sending, nope).

This seems to have become a problem since I installed ie9 (last weekend) which, in itself, was a problem that caused a breakdawn Ebay, so I had to go back to ie8 via system restore, and then upgrade ie9 in (Ebay is happy now!)

I'm not a 'grumpy' but have just released / back in my gmail ADDRESS in the little 'account' of W.mail still no-go

-am now TOTALLY stuck! Help

Thanks Rose13

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Hi Rose13,

1. you receive messages or error codes?

2. what anti-virus software is installed on the computer?

Method 1:

You can read the following article and check the advice given to solve the problem on sending emails.

Solve problems with Windows Mail

Method 2:

You can also read the following article to resolve the problem:

Messages may be stuck in the Outbox when you use Windows Mail on a computer that is running Windows Vista

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