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  1. Running CCleaner with this entry (FileKey4) causes the entire Storage Folder (C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Live Mail\Storage Folder) to be emptied and removed, and more specifically, ALL the *.eml files therein are gone. The headers remain, but clicking on them produces an error message (A problem has occurred trying to open the message...) A new (empty) Storage Folder is automatically recreated the next time you start Windows Live Mail. Microsoft's Windows Live Mail import function puts all imported emails (each *.eml is an email) into respective folders beneath
  2. Windows Live Mail WARNING! Finally tracked this one down - recovered and imported Windows Live emails are routinely stored as *.eml files in various folders under "Storage Folders" - and the FileKey4 entry obliterates them completely leaving behind only an email header entry. After almost a year of hearing friends and coworkers complain from time to time that their older emails were no longer readable, I finally tracked it down to this entry added in April 2014. Since no one noticed it at the time (new emails don't go into this folder), any backups made since April are useless in
  3. Still missing that additional backslash (see post #727)...
  4. In addition to the correction noted above, add a backslash after "PSI" on the "DetectFile" line: DetectFile=%ProgramFiles%\Secunia\PSI\sua.exe
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