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question about emAIL

Posted by finchelover (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 2, 11 at 20:51

can i get oe for tOshiba satellite pro C650 or is it no longer available and your opinion of microsoft live e-mail

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RE: question about emAIL

Its nice to know the model of your computer, but what operating system are you using WinVista or Win7

RE: question about emAIL

If you're using Vista, the mail program is Windows Mail, which is very much like OE. If you have Windows 7, then you cannot use Windows Mail or OE, but can download Windows Live Mail, which is the closest thing to OE. Some Windows 7 users have gone to Thunderbird or another mail program, but I find Windows Live Mail to be most like OE. It takes some getting used to, and I miss OE, but we have to learn to take the changes for better or worse.

RE: question about emAIL

I am using windows mail I can send but don't receive

RE: question about emAIL

You still haven't told us which operating system you have. Is it XP, Vista, or Windows 7?

RE: question about emAIL

You said MS live email, if you mean Windows Live Mail, I like it. I did not like it at first, but I kept trying because I could not get Windows Mail or OE anymore. When I discovered the "quick access tool bar", I started using it. Now I like it fine. I looked through all the menu tabs and right clicked on what I wanted on the QA Bar then clicked on "Add to QA bar". It is not to different from OE now. I still have a problem with font size which involves rich text or plain. I put that icon on the compose so I can switch when I want to.

I like my email on my desktop so I can access it there rather than on line. I also get my gmail through WLM. I have windows 7 and had to adjust to a lot of things that I did not like, but I stuck with it and have adjusted to the changes.

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