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cyberdyne

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Hi,
Anyone know if it's still possible to download Windows Mail v.6.0.6, ie: the version bundled with Vista ?
I've looked on M$ and can't find much without getting redirected to Windows Live and there doesn't appear to be anywhere else to download it.

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phillipcorcoran

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No, The Windows Mail from Vista is not available as a separate download. If you want a Microsoft solution, you have to use Windows Live Mail http://download.live.com/wlmail
or buy an edition of MS Office which includes Outlook.

Actually, there is a way to 'transfer' the Windows Mail client from Vista to Win7 if you already have a PC running Vista, but I don't wish to encourage that as it's been known to cause instability.

Then there are the third-party alternatives you can find with google search.
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cyberdyne

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Yes, have since realised this. Many thanks for your reply. Think I'll just go for Thunderbird.
Cheers
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Yes, have since realised this. Many thanks for your reply. Think I'll just go for Thunderbird.
Cheers

Yes, problem will be solve by follow above instructions. :)
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Yes, have since realised this. Many thanks for your reply. Think I'll just go for Thunderbird.
Cheers

Yes, problem will be solve by follow above instructions. :)


Huh??

Was this pointless reply really necessary.
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