João Ribeiro

Exchange Server ;Office Communications Server and Windows Mobile / Phones

Updated - Windows Live for Windows Phone

Updated - Windows Live for Windows Phone

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New Year, New Version . . .
 
We have  released a new version of Windows Live for Windows Phone, working in Standard or Professional phones.
 
Now  you can stay connected to those that matter most with Windows Live™ for Windows® phone. Windows Live Messenger, Hotmail®, Photos and the “What’s New” feed are now all available on your 6.x Windows® phone. Windows Live™ for Windows® phone (Pro) is for use with a touch phone.

Alternatively you can browse to http://wl.windowsmobile.com using Internet Explorer on your device to install using direct download.

Version: 10.7.0061.0500

Windows Live for Windows® phone (Pro)

Windows Live for Windows® phone (Std)

Kind regards 

 

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  • Hi there Joao,

    Can you tell us what's new about it? Is it somethign that we should definitely install?

    Thanks

    Jamie Thomson

  • P.S. I currently have version 10.7.0057.0801

    Hi Jamie,

    This is a minor update.

    If you ask me if I will install on my Windows Phone, I'd say no, because it's already installed :)

    Just like Windows 7 was built as "you" wanted, we'd like that this new "version" is exactly what you have been waiting for.

    We are always improving our products and we do need the feedback of our customers and end-users.  

    Please provide us feedback, by using the "Provide feedback" on our programs.

    Kind regards,

    João Ribeiro

  • Desktop version of Messenger support sign in from different places. Why doesn't mobile version support it? It is great function on desktop, but without mobile version isn't so useful...

  • Hi Joao,

    Well, if it were "exactly what I have been waiting for" then it would have calendar sync as well :) (but I have a suspicion that that will come fairly soon).

    Where is the best place to provide feedback for WL4WM?

    Thanks

    Jamie

     

    Hi Jamie,

     

    The best place to submit your feedback is :

    Send Feedback
    https://feedback.live.com/default.aspx?mkt=en-us&wa=wsignin1.0&scrx=1

    Thanks for your comments :)

     João Ribeiro

  • When will be possible to synchronize the calendar live with the Mobile calendar, via OTA. And when will be possible to read the electronic mail via IMAP?

  • how come my previous version was 10.9?

    and why is there still no calendar sync? even google does provide that for windows mobile users... can't believe microsoft still does not offer this, given their situation on the market they really need to catch up!

    Hi Hal,

    Why your version was 10.9, I don't know ut, as you can see, this is the latest to hit the Web :)

    As I sent the feedback link to Jamie, earlier today, you can and I do encourage you to, submit that feedback to us :)

    Kind regards,

     

    João Ribeiro 

     

  • What? Google supports his calendar to sync with windows mobile? I can´t believe it, if it is true why to use windows live?

    Hi Basch,

    If it works or not, I can't say, because I have never tried, but as long as I have Exchange Server and Hotmail, I have the best of both worlds.

    This is just my personal opinion :)

    Kind regards,

    João Ribeiro 

     

  • Thanks for the info!

    I installed WM 6.5 on my Touch Pro 2 yesterday. The WM 6.5 installer came with Windows Live 10.6.0053.3000. After installing the update mentioned on this blog post, I now have version 10.7.0061.0500.2000.

    Any idea if/when sync support for Windows Live Calendar will be added?

     

    Hi Chris,

    Sorry, I do not have any timeframe for you.

    I will keep posting as news come out :)

    Kind regards,

    João Ribeiro 

     

  • Since installing version 10.7.0061.0500.2000 two days ago, I've noticed that I no longer see the "Notification" link on my Today screen when new messages appear in my Live Mail account.

    I'm still alerted when new messages appear in my other mail accounts.

    Was this change in functionality intended? Or is it perhaps a bug?

     Hello Chris,

     

    Since you installed the Windows Live for Windows Phones, did you soft-reset your device already ?

    Kind regards,

    João Ribeiro

  • Hi Jaoa,

    Could you perhaps get in touch with your colleagues at the WL4WM blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/wlfwm/) and ask them to do a formal announcement of this new version - with a feature list.

    thanks

    Jamie

     

    Hi Jamie,

     I will do that.

     Thanks for your comment.

    João Ribeiro

  • Thanks, João. Soft-reseting the device re-enabled Live Mail notifications.

    Hi Chris,

     My pleasure :)

    Kind regards,

     João Ribeiro

  • Hi João. The lack-of-notification problem has returned; i.e., I'm not getting the "Notification" link on my Today screen when new messages appear in my Live Mail account.

    I'm still alerted when new messages appear in my other mail accounts.

    I've soft-reset the device twice, with no change.

    Any ideas?

    Hi Chris,

    Thanks for your comment.

    I would encourage you to provide feedback as this is good to let the team know.

    Kind regards

  • Will do. What's the best place to provide this kind of feedback? Can you provide a URL?

    Hi  Chris, 

    The best place to submit your feedback is :

    Send Feedback
    https://feedback.live.com/default.aspx?mkt=en-us&wa=wsignin1.0&scrx=1

    Thanks for your comments :)

     João Ribeiro

  • I submitted my feedback. The resulting page stated that no personal response would be provided. So is that the end of the matter? There doesn't seem to be anything else I can do. If no one else is experiencing this problem, how should I proceed? Thanks.

    Hi Chris,

     That is an automated response.

    The team will take the feedback and analyse it. If the requested is to be fixed, or corrected, they will address it on a new build or minor revision.

    Thanks again for helping improving this great product.

    Have a nice weekend.

    Kind regards,

    João Ribeiro

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