SUMMARY: Configure Windows Live Mail to force you to deal with suspected spelling errors before sending messages.
Windows Live Mail automatically checks messages such as e-mail as you type, underlining suspected problem words with the now familiar red squiggles. This way you can see while composing your message if any words need to be examined for correctness.
By default, although Windows Live Mail performs this automatic spell check, you can completely ignore it and send your message anyway. Sometimes you may do this intentionally; other times you may be sending batches of e-mail and not even notice the squiggles. By making the following small configuration change you can have Windows Live Mail force you to deal with the problem words before sending your messages.
1. Access the Windows Live Mail menu by clicking the menu button (see the screenshot to the right) or press Alt + M.
2. Select "Options".
3. Click the "Spelling" tab.
4. Check "Always check spelling before sending".
5. Click "OK" to close the dialog box.
EXPERT USERS: The Registry Entry for this configuration item can be found here:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Live Mail\SpellCheckOnSeend
1 - Spell Check
0 - Do Not Spell Check
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