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Windows Vista pp 235-249 | Cite as

Setting Up Windows Mail

Abstract

Windows Mail, the replacement to the venerable Outlook Express, is the mail and newsgroup client bundled with every version of Windows Vista. Windows Mail has improved incrementally over its predecessor, with some minor improvements and user interface tweaks here and there. There’s nothing major in this product—it’s a simple mail client, designed for people who don’t need the full-blown power of Outlook or other email solutions.

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Window Vista Window Contact Intended Recipient News Account Junk Mail 
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© Jonathan Hassell and Tony Campbell 2007

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