Computer Corner #19
By Bob Habas
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Windows Live Mail is an e-mail client from Microsoft's Windows Live set of products. It is the successor for Outlook Express on Windows XP and Windows Mail on Windows Vista. The application is available for download via the Windows Live Essentials suite.
Windows Live Mail is similar to Outlook Express but, has these additional features:
Windows Live Mail is an email program that you install on your computer. It allows you to send and receive messages from one e‑mail account or from multiple accounts with different e‑mail services.

With Windows Live Mail, messages are stored on your PC, allowing you to access, read, and compose e‑mail messages even when you're not connected to the Internet. Once you connect, Windows Live Mail will send and receive messages and update your accounts.
Windows Live Mail is designed to work with most popular e‑mail services, as well as e‑mail services from even the smallest ISPs. All that's required is for the e‑mail provider to offer Post Office Protocol (POP3) or Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) access.

Customize your look. Windows Live Mail is highly customizable. You can change the look of your Inbox, mail folders, and almost every other aspect of the program, tweaking the settings to your heartís content.
For example, you can:

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