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Windows Live Mail

Windows Live Mail (formerly named Windows Live Mail Desktop) is a freeware email client from...

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Windows Live Mail (formerly named Windows Live Mail Desktop) is a freeware email client from Microsoft. It is the successor to Outlook Express on Windows XP and Windows Mail on Windows Vista. The application is available for download via the Windows Essentials suite.

Supports multiple POP3 and IMAP4 mail accounts as well as calendar.
Support for Web-based email accounts including Hotmail, Gmail, and Yahoo! Mail Plus.
Synchronization with Windows Live Contacts.
Support for RSS feeds. Notable features include the ability to reply directly via email to the author of an item that appears in an RSS feed, and the ability to aggregate multiple feeds into a single folder. The RSS functionality requires Internet Explorer 7 or newer.
Multi-line message lists.
Emoticons can be used in emails and other functions.
In-line spell checking.
Separate inbox folders for different POP accounts.
Support for sending picture files in emails through the Photo email feature, which uploads pictures to a web-based service and sends the URL and thumbnails in the mail. It can also perform basic photo correction and apply different border effects to pictures.
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Windows Live Mail (sometimes refered to as Windows Mail) was added by Stuck in Feb 2009 and the lastest update was made in Jul 2013. There is a history of activites on Windows Live Mail in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Windows Live Mail or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam.
 
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