Microsoft Beta Tests Outlook Express Replacement
Microsoft opened Windows Live Mail Center to public beta testing on Tuesday, providing the first wide scale look at the ad-supported email client that eventually will replace Outlook Express.
Formerly dubbed Windows Live Mail Desktop, the client's code is based on Windows Mail, the e-mail application that will be bundled with Windows Vista when that OS ships in early 2007. Outlook Express served the same purpose in earlier operating systems, including the current Windows XP. Microsoft Beta Tests Outlook Express Replacement - Technology News by TechWeb
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