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    jimn5dc Guest

    Default Change from Outlook Express to Windows Mail

    When using Outlook Express, when I started OE, I got a popup from ZASS, that junnk mail filtering was on, since changing to Windows Live Mail, I don't see that popup, and don't believe junk mail filtering is running with WLM

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    Default Re: Change from Outlook Express to Windows Mail

    Hi!
    junk mail does not support windows live mail. Only any version of MS Outlook or, with the latest version of ZASS, also Windows Mail (Vista).

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    Fax
    Last edited by fax; October 7th, 2009 at 01:30 PM.

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    Default Re: Change from Outlook Express to Windows Mail

    I hope they plan on adding support for Windows Live Mail in the future. It is, after all, the default mail client for Windows 7. It does have a junk mail filter of its own, and perhaps that is problematic to program around. WLM's junk mail filter is OK, I guess, but it would be nice to have the option of using ZA's instead.

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    Default Re: Change from Outlook Express to Windows Mail

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenixgtr View Post
    the default mail client for Windows 7.
    Euh? Windows 7 does not come with any e-mail client
    Please do not hijack other users threads.

    Thanks,
    Fax

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    phoenixgtr Guest

    Default Re: Change from Outlook Express to Windows Mail

    Sorry fax, not meaning to hijack. This was a reference I came across while first using Windows 7 RC. I clicked on an email link before I had installed a mail program and Windows complained that "the default mail client is not installed" and gave me a link to download WLM. I assumed it was common knowledge that MS intended WLM to be the default mail client for Win7. Perhaps I was mistaken.

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