I'm curious why OL 2010 doesn't meet your needs. I'd rather have OL than WEM/WLM, but I'm frugal.
to answer your question though, all you'd have to do is set up WEM/WLM, configure it to point at your POP/IMAP server and complete the login information (user name and password).
there really isn't too much difference in setting up eMail clients - all require the same information
your login & pw
specific port info (usualy standard too, but some are unique)
SSL or non-SSL
Not rocket science, but you have to use the numbers and names provided by your service provider to get it to work. If you have a working OL, you can match the info in there to the new client.
One trick: I don't let WEM/WLM automatically configure the server for me.
On the first screen when setting up the account - tick the manually configure checkbox.
If you want to test it for a while, make sure your tick "Leave msgs on the server" on the advanced tab. That way you can try another client or use OL 2010 and all the msgs will still be on the server. At some point you can make the decision to leave msgs on the server or stop leaving msgs on the server.
If you leave the msgs on the server, you can't go wrong.
eMail is one of those opinion apps "I don't like......" - "I prefer......"
They all do the same thing - get and store your mail.
Quote: Originally Posted by billg226
Can you suggest a Link or site that explains migrating from Win Mail to Outlook 2010?
The simple answer - you don't have to migrate, you can use both. If you only want one, then you'll have to export eMail and contacts from OL and import same into WEM/WLM.
try WEM/WLM and if you run into difficulties - ask for help.