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Native E-mail Client - Windows 7
As Outlook no longer comes standard since the release of Vista, and I rely heavily on Outlook, I'm kinda down.
Is there any e-mail programs that you use on Vista or Windows 7 that you would recommend?
Thanks in advance,
Sorry for the double post, but I use a POP3 e-mail account/server via my web host.
In Vista, Outlook Express was replaced with Windows Mail. The full version of Outlook never came preinstalled with computers.
Have you tried Windows Mail to see if it will do what you want? If not, there's always Mozilla Thunderbird (which is totally free). Both of those should easily be able to grab mail via POP3.
If you don't like windows mail, you could try Seamonkey. The descendant of Netscape. The spam classification is excellent as long as you are wiling to train it properly.
It isn't pre-installed with Windows 7 (I'm using the Build 7100 off the main Microsoft website). The only thing that comes up is 'Live Mail.' Which just opens up Firefox and goes to the Windows Live Mail.
I'll try one of the other ones and let you all know
Did some searching on it, it comes with the Windows Essential Kit (if you download it,) so I'm going to download it
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As everything is going onto the "cloud" these days - perhaps you may want to consider going the Google Apps way?
I got the Windows Mail, it works just like Office did, so It's perfect. Thanks everyone.
Totally agree! I have a few differert email accounts and I have all of them forwarded to GGL. Lots of space and it is free.(for now) The kicker is GGL has a great mobile app for smart phones.
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