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both the Server Settings and the Port Settings. 0 2 months ago Reply DLongstreet Too bad support for windows live mail will eventually end.  I do not like windows 10 mail Instead, Microsoft is telling users to switch to a more current email client, preferably the Mail client that comes with Windows 10.Ironically, Gmail users will be able to still access the So yeah they are focusing on EAS and not willing to add it to their free desktop apps. Never fear, however, as there's an update available that should correct this. Check This Out

The Windows 8 mail app was pretty dire, but even that was more functional than the Windows 10 one (which is really saying something). Now Microsoft is going to end it. For Fu(#sake  fix it!   0 1 month ago Reply Brian Walton I use Windows Live Mail. jamies: Err - maybe soon after Windows mail gets to be as good as Outlook Express 6 Yes - remember that email facilit - it actually worked and it held emails http://www.windowscentral.com/update-required-keep-using-windows-live-mail-2012-microsoft-accounts

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What I found over the years is strange things happen when you close an account with Windows Calendar emailed events, in that it continues on and on. People enjoy bitching, I suppose, and some people think looking a gift horse in the mouth is "smart"..."you can lead the horse to water but you can't make him drink," etc. Get geeky trivia, fun facts, and much more. If you have not provided an alternative, you can use the Recover your Microsoft account page, which allows you to supply a new contact email address.

Basically, people who build their own boxes like me, and who were smart enough to take advantage of the free upgrade offer--will never have to buy another OS as long as Yahoo adds Screwdriver to devops toolbelt Yahoo's internal continuous delivery system makes its open source debut, joining a crowded field