Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Microsoft's Windows Live Mail

Windows users will soon be able to upgrade to Microsoft's new, updated mail program called Windows Live Mail, which will replace Outlook Express on Windows XP and will replace the Windows Mail program on Windows Vista. It will feature in-line spell checking, RSS support, emoticons, and The best news: it will reportedly be advertisement-free! According to the Windows Live Mail team's blog, "there will be no graphical ads". I wonder if there will be text ads. The beta of Windows Live Mail should be available in "a few weeks" from (Sources: InfoWorld, Wikipedia)

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