WINMAIL.INFinstall and enable the application Windows Calendar and enable the application Windows Mail on Microsoft Windows 7, using (some of their) files from Windows Vista® or Windows Server 2008.
Windows Calendar and
Windows Mail are part of the
Desktop Experience feature of
Windows Server 2008 and thus serviced with security
updates as long as Windows Server 2008 R2 and
Windows Mail references Windows Calendar, which is but not shipped with Windows 7 any more.
WINMAIL.INFreplaces the file
MSOE.DLLwith the one supplied to it, creates a shortcut Windows Mail in the start panel and adds the missing Registry entries to enable Windows Mail on Windows 7.
Caveat: installation of the security update
or running the
System File Checker
after the setup script
WINMAIL.INF will replace
MSOE.DLL with its current version from
Just rerun the setup script
WINMAIL.INF to undo this
The setup script
WINCAL.INF copies the supplied files,
creates a shortcut Windows Calendar in the start panel
and adds the missing Registry entries to install and
enable Windows Calendar on
AMD64\in the empty directory created in step 1.
localealias language and culture you need or want to support and have the language file
WinCal.exe.mui, create a subdirectory
‹locale›\using the ISO language and country codes, i.e.
de-DE\, … etc. in both subdirectories created in step 2.
prerequisitesinto their appropriate subdirectories.
WINMAIL.INFinto the directory created in step 1.
WINCAL.INFinstalls the language file(s) only for the
localeactive during the installation!
In the directory created and prepared above, right-click the setup
respectively to display its context menu and click
run the installation.
the application registered for the
Install verb of
*.inf files, requests administrative privileges.
Note: on systems with AMD64 alias x64 processor architecture, the installation must be run in the native (64-bit) execution environment!
Use the X.509 certificate to send S/MIME encrypted mail.
Note: email in weird format and without a proper sender name is likely to be discarded!
HTML (and even
weirder formats too) in email, I prefer to receive plain text.
I also expect to see your full (real) name as sender, not your nickname.
I abhor top posts and expect inline quotes in replies.
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