Windows Live Mail...
March 23, 2006
Finally i got a chance to have the Windows Live experience…
All of this got started with an invitation to join the windows live messenger from a friend. Thanks Sarah :)Well here are some of the screenshots of the windows live mail (step by step) :-
Going past the agreement page, this screenshot shows the option for the user to choose the Interface.
And it has to be the New Windows Live Mail Experience ;)
These are some of the commin options which every email service provider offers. However there are some additions : You can choose your favourite colour and also you can choose the way the readings panes are placed !! [![Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us](http://img66.imageshack.us/img66/9106/inbox7st.th.jpg)](http://img66.imageshack.us/my.php?image=inbox7st.jpg) And then i was presented this nice user interface..Wanna mark a message junk..just drag it into the junk mail folder ;)
Drag n Drop is the “keyword”.!(http://img119.imageshack.us/img119/8132/rightclick7lb.jpg) These are the right click options when the user clicks on any mail. These are simply cool. However the **Reply** takes you to a new mail compose interface, which may be attractive but can't beat the integrated **Reply** feature of GMail**.** **Pros :** - Drag drop features which make email organisation simpler. - Nice user interface and some options to customise looks. **Cons :** - You gotta use Microsoft Internet Explorer to use the windows live mail. This is what it says..
</p> > **If you’re not using Internet Explorer 6.0:** Using Internet > Explorer versions 6.0 and higher will give you the best Windows > Live Mail user experience with access to all functionality such as > the reading pane and keyboard shortcuts.
- Well there are some ads..which i think one can easily get rid of
using SpyBot S&D.
- I don't think they offer the POP3 features.