Windows Mail

Windows Mail is an email and newsgroup client included in Windows Vista. It succeeded Outlook Express, and was in turn superseded by Windows Live Mail. Microsoft previewed Windows Mail on Channel 9 on October 10, 2005.

Windows Mail is not a component of Internet Explorer, unlike Outlook Express, which was bundled with Internet Explorer versions 4 to 6. As such, Windows Mail is not available for Windows operating systems prior to Vista, while Windows Internet Explorer 7 was made available for Windows XP. Windows Mail has been succeeded by Windows Live Mail, which was built by the same development team as Windows Mail and also serves as the replacement for Outlook Express for Windows XP. Windows Mail replaced Outlook Express, which came with previous Windows versions.

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Features New To Windows Vista - New and Upgraded Applications
... Backup and Restore Center also known as Windows Backup Status and Configuration replaces NTBackup although Windows NT Backup Restore Utility is available ... Windows Mail replaces Outlook Express, the email client in previous Windows versions ... a Phishing Filter like the one found in IE7 as well as Bayesian junk mail filtering which is updated monthly via Windows Update ...
Windows Mail - Differences From Outlook Express - Removed Features
... Unlike its predecessor Outlook Express, Windows Mail does not have WebDAV, making it incapable of accessing web-based email services through WebDAV ... Although Outlook Express integrates with Windows Messenger, Windows Mail has no such integration as Windows Messenger is no longer included ... A more full-featured free downloadable application, Windows Live Mail integrates with Windows Live Contacts ...
Windows Live Mail - History - Version 12 (Wave 2)
... The first version of Windows Live Mail was released on November 6, 2007 ... The Windows Live Mail version numbering starts at 12 because this application is an advancement of Windows Mail, not an entirely new application ... Windows Live Mail is developed by the same team that wrote Windows Mail ...
List Of Features Removed In Windows 7 - Applications Replaced By Windows Live Counterparts
... Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Movie Maker, and Windows Mail have been removed, in favor of downloading respective Windows Live counterparts ... Windows Live Mail and Windows Live Movie Maker do not include all of the features of Windows Mail and Windows Movie Maker respectively ... Windows Live Mail does not support HTML source editing, scripted stationery and the ability to disable the splash screen ...

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