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The Complete Guide to Windows Mail

windows mail iconWindows Mail is an email client that is included with the Windows Vista operating system. It is designed as a replacement for Outlook Express, and includes a number of new features like:

  • Emails are stored as individual files instead of in a DBX database
  • Easy transfer of email account settings
  • Spam and junk mail detection
  • Phishing protection

This guide provides a wealth of tips and tutorials to get you started with Windows Mail, as well as a number of troubleshooting steps you can use to solve any errors you may experience while using Windows Live Mail.

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