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    windows 7 mail clients

    Ok. So I got my win 7 upgrade and noticed it said that windows mail is no longer included but that I could download a 3rd party mail app or one from windows. I am wondering if anyone can tell MW what are some of the good ones and well advantages of different ones. I have always used outlook. Any help would he great.
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    depends

    unfortunately Outlook Express is gone - what they now offer is
    Windows Live Essentials - which contains Windows Live Mail

    WLE also contains much more apps such as messenger, writer, movie maker and a few more. If you want to dl only Live Mail, it should be here: Live Mail

    Many prefer of course thunderbird and if you like firefox as browser, I could imagine that it will be your no 1 choice
    Thunderbird
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    Thanks bud.. i will have to look at them both



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    Thunderbird, hands down. I have used it for years. Much better than Outlook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natemz View Post
    Thunderbird, hands down. I have used it for years. Much better than Outlook.
    see, didn't I say so?



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    Damn if Nate says that I will have to give it a go. Thanks again guys.
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    Quick question is either compatible with the calendar on microsoft outlook? Or have a similar set up? I still haven't had time to mess with them much.
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    actually I am still an outlook user

    Thunderbird afaik has no native calendar, but there are addons delivering these functions.

    Live Mail looks quite familiar, a calendar function is in there as it is with outlook.

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