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09 Aug 2009   #71

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (Retail)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bobthequill View Post
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I perhaps should not be that enthusiastic about transferring everything to Win 7 RC, as shortly, the real Win 7 will be available and I understand an upgrade from the RC version is not possible.
Well the RTM is actually available already if you know where to look or have a Technet subscription and, moreover, there actually is an "unsupported" method to upgrade to RTM from RC versions (with instructions on how to do it provided by MS themselves) and it works quite well. I did it. See Engineering Windows 7 : Delivering a quality upgrade experience for complete instructions.

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09 Aug 2009   #72

W7 X-64 W8.1 X-64 Opensuse 13.1 W2003 Server

Hi all

You can use the Windows Mail program from VISTA if you want to or don't like Windows live mail. Remember its older and won't be supported but I did post AGES ago on this forum how to do it so just search.

I'm happy with Outlook 2007 - Ooutlook 2003 and 2007 are much improved over the first version of Outlook included with office XP (Outlook 2002).

You can also download various email clients like that included with firefox etc -- your choice.

NOTE however that you might need a copy of windows XP to get Windows Mail stuff into Outlook -- you need by some quirk of design to import them into OUTLOOK EXPRESS and then you can import into OUTLOOK.

Cac handed I know but that's the only way I could get it to work from Windows Mail into Outlook.

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09 Aug 2009   #73

windows7 7600 x86

this may help - it has original vista mail files for downlaod - know this thread is old, it is anyway
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