Chapter 12. Windows Live Mail

Email is a fast, cheap, convenient communication medium; these days, it’s almost embarrassing to admit you don’t have an email address. To spare you that humiliation, Microsoft offer you Windows Live Mail. It’s a renamed, revamped version of the program that, through the years, has been called Windows Mail and Windows Live Desktop Mail. It lets you receive and send email and read newsgroups (Internet bulletin boards), and it’s also the only calendar program you get in Windows 7.

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