Windows Live Mail is an email client that is included with the free Windows Live Essentials pack. It is designed as the successor to Outlook Express (included with Windows XP) and Windows Mail (included in Windows Vista). Later versions of Windows Live Mail are not supported in Windows XP.
Windows Live Mail integrates with popular online email accounts such as Windows Live Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo, as well as standard POP/IMAP email accounts provided by your ISP.
This guide compares Windows Live Mail with other freely available email clients, and provides a number of troubleshooting tips to help you resolve any issues you may experience when using this email client.
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