As I am running Windows 7 x 64-bit, I naturally downloaded the version of CSE that says it’s for Windows 7 x 64-bit. BUT when I tried to install it, it warns that that version is for 64-bit email clients only! So I am confused as to which version of CSE I should download and install?
How can I tell if my Windows Live Mail Version 2011 (Build 15.4.3538.0513) is 32-bit or 64-bit?
The cert will continue to work until it’s expiry date, unless Comodo revokes them in bulk, which I think unlikely. After that you can get a cert from someone else, I think, though there have been circmsnaces in the past when C. has had to revoke certs before renewing them - not the same thing, but it means I cannot be absolutely sure. I’ve requested clarification on whether the free certs services has been withdrawn with CSE. No feedback yet.
I’m sorta hoping there will be a reprieve as CSE is not at all like the other withdrawn progs. It does its job simply and really well and works with modern clients just fine so far as I can see.
Thanks for all your help Mouse! :-* I posted a query on WLM forum yesterday and have been told that my WLM is 32-bit! Knowing this for a fact, should I still install the 64-bit version of CSE to match my Windows 7 x 64-bit? Or should I install 32-bit CSE to match my WLM?
I hope that when I finally install CSE, it will be worth it after all this confusion :-\