WM works on W-7 and few hoops had to be jumped through. All the WM files from Vista were once again moved under Program Files on W-7. The folder name was changed to Windows-Mail instead of Windows Mail. I added the - with no spaces. The correct 64-bit msoe dll was added removing the 32-bit dll. The correct dll is larger then the 32-bit from Vista. Then I created a shortcut (WinMail.exe) to the desktop, clicked it and WM opened. That was all it took! I sure hope this helps others who may not know to replace the msoe dll and install it under Programs Files, not PF (x86). No need to tolorate WLM if you don't like it.