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Windows 7: Import XP OE blocked senders, WAB, & iaf files into Windows Mail

31 Jul 2012   #1
klxdrt

w7 pro 32 bit w/XP virt enabled.
 
 
Import XP OE blocked senders, WAB, & iaf files into Windows Mail

I'm getting a new PC with W/7 pro and want to import blocked senders, WAB, & iaf files into Windows Mail from my current XP pro OE.

I have searched many areas for this info to no avail. I am not interested in any form of web mail, just plain pop3/smtp email that will allow me to easily import above files and allow me to send email links from browsers and email files at the folder level with a file mgr.

This is the best I can do as to sys specs as I will be picking up my new PC fri 8-3-2012:
ASUS F1A55-M CSM Motherboard,
AMD A6-3650 Quad Core Processor,
4 GB DDR3 RAM,
500 GB Western Digital Blue Hard Drive,
DVD-RW Drive,
Windows 7 Pro 32 Bit.
28" HD monitor
Cheers,

klxdrt
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01 Aug 2012   #2
TJG

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bits
 
 

Hello klxdrt, and welcome to seven forums.
Windows Mail is not active in windows 7. That being said, there is a tutorial to make windows mail active. I did that early on and found that the SP1 would not install because of it and had to remove it. I now use Office Outlook and it work fine.
You may find some other mail client that you like, you will have to shop around and find one that you can import files into.

TJG
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02 Aug 2012   #3
klxdrt

w7 pro 32 bit w/XP virt enabled.
 
 
Thanks: Import XP OE blocked senders, WAB, iaf files to Windows Mail

Thanks for the fast reply.

klxdrt
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