Today M$ made an auto-update to W11/22h2 and destroyed the Windows Mail folder in the Program Files, deletet/replaced some of the program files and renamed msoe.dll to msoe.dll.nouse ... nothing is working anymore: it was removed from tastbar, program itself was deleted, and starting a copy (back in program folder) states that one of the libraries was not found ...
We all already know all that already Kukattooo; and btw each time they remove way more than that!
M$ has done this each and every OS version way back since Windows 10, v1903, right up until today - where have you been?
I talk about this in the spoiler Time Line Notes: Note: 7/2019
...go read it, it's old news by now.
Looking back over all your posts here, and I see, and I say this often to you (check it) ..I still don't think you ever completely read the entire tutorial manual yet - and all these answers you ask today are there for you already on what to do. I'm not going to keep repeating this please. You need to do your part. Take the time to Read and understand the instruction manual please.
Now how to keep WinMail Vista in W11 22h2? Bare reinstall (from #1) and it then works again? Or is there something else to do?
I've repeated this countless times in countless posts that same answer over and over again. Please go back and read the Backup/Restore Procedure 1, 2, 3 spoiler for full information on when, why, and how to do that. Read everything on Post 1 & 2, read all spoilers on Post 1. Even read the second spoiler in Post #5 on what to do (what software / procedures you can do) in order to stop Win10/11 from automatically updating itself when they want to, until You are ready when you want to do it, but most importantly of course, you only do the windows update AFTER your have your Full, Backup/Restore Procedure 1, 2, 3 already done already, so that you can easily Restore it in less than 5 minutes ...easy!
There is no stopping a Windows Update from breaking WinMail going forward, that is a known fact - but, when you let WU update, Why not give yourself the power to do a Restore of the Backup/Restore Procedure 1, 2, 3 right afterwards, taking just a few minutes ...and Kukattooo, you can restore it in less time than it took you to think about, or the time it took you to type your above message - it's so easy, I don't know why you have never read, understood, or realized that yet. RTFM