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No inbuilt email client in Windows 7?



Darren S

ClioSport Club Member
Seems a little strange as to why MSoft has pulled the plug on Outlook Express? I know there are better email clients out there, but OE was a small, quite useful and inbuilt email client.

Oh well, looks like Thunderbird will be getting another try. ;)

D.
 
  Fiesta Zetec S TDCI
Probably due to an EU ruling tbh - dam European Union.. they cause more trouble than good.

You can still get OE (although its called Live Mail or something like that now), just go on http://download.live.com/wlmail

James

P.S. Thunderbird is better :)
 

Darren S

ClioSport Club Member
OE was s**t, and never useful :p

Thanks for the outstanding input. Here.....


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.....have an MP5 and go and do something useful. ;)


Probably due to an EU ruling tbh - dam European Union.. they cause more trouble than good.

You can still get OE (although its called Live Mail or something like that now), just go on http://download.live.com/wlmail

James

P.S. Thunderbird is better :)

I did like that the last few times I used it. It did seem a little limited on the rules though compared to OE. Probably why I always ended up going back to OE. :)

D.
 
  SLK250 CDI
Windows Live Mail is the evolution of Windows Mail/OE apparantly - part of Windows Live Essentials that you can download from 7.
 
  tiTTy & SV650
so if you download windows live will it work with hotmail acounts?

I'm awaiting my windows 7 upgrade at the mo :cool:
 
  Clio 182
I missed Outlook express because i found the newsgroup reader to be good, so i installed it into Windows XP Mode that you can download and run inside Windows 7 (if you have the better versions of 7)
 


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