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Windows 7: I need program that will connect all my emails to one place

11 Aug 2013   #11
truckinguy

Win7 64 Bit
 
 

Thanks guys...I got the Live Mail like posted above and this is working so far. I'll look into the others. I wonder which would be best for me but the live mail seems to working o.k.


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11 Aug 2013   #12
andrew129260

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Yeah, I find live mail to be simple and seems to work great. Plus I love the fact that when I click links in programs to send an email this one handles it properly. I have tried other email clients with it set as my default email program, but I found it did not always open with it when clicking an email link. Where for me, this one works in everything. I would expect that, as its made by Microsoft. I also use their windows live (windows essentials) photo gallery and movie maker. Works great, never had a problem. It is a lot better then the built in photo viewer. Might want to install those as well.

I am glad this is working for you.
I recommend vising this link to make sure you have everything set up properly. To make sure your email has the right server settings, type in Google the name of your provider followed by windows live mail set up. This usually will bring up a guide from your email provider of the server settings you need to configure for it to work best. For example, Lets say I had a yahoo account. I type in Google search yahoo server settings for mail client or yahoo for windows live mail.
This usually will bring an article telling you how to configure mail properly. The server settings are very important, so make sure these are correct.

If you have any issues please let us know. If everything seems to be working properly, choose the this thread is solved button above. You can also find it under thread tools.

Have a great day!
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30 Aug 2013   #13
truckinguy

Win7 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by andrew129260 View Post
Yeah, I find live mail to be simple and seems to work great. Plus I love the fact that when I click links in programs to send an email this one handles it properly. I have tried other email clients with it set as my default email program, but I found it did not always open with it when clicking an email link. Where for me, this one works in everything. I would expect that, as its made by Microsoft. I also use their windows live (windows essentials) photo gallery and movie maker. Works great, never had a problem. It is a lot better then the built in photo viewer. Might want to install those as well.

I am glad this is working for you.
I recommend vising this link to make sure you have everything set up properly. To make sure your email has the right server settings, type in Google the name of your provider followed by windows live mail set up. This usually will bring up a guide from your email provider of the server settings you need to configure for it to work best. For example, Lets say I had a yahoo account. I type in Google search yahoo server settings for mail client or yahoo for windows live mail.
This usually will bring an article telling you how to configure mail properly. The server settings are very important, so make sure these are correct.

If you have any issues please let us know. If everything seems to be working properly, choose the this thread is solved button above. You can also find it under thread tools.

Have a great day!
I tried Live Mail for a while and it was very unreliable. Had issues with signing into one of my 2 accounts. I tried to do what you said above and it is very confusing and didn't seem to work. I would get error messages and so forth.
I went back to Outook.com but I have to sign out then sign in to the other account. PIA.

Also I got a Galaxy S4 and deleted the contacts by accident and thus lost my contacts in outlook. I have been trying to get them back but only a partial list came. Seems only to mid alphabet.

Fustrating in this day and age you have to be a super super expert on this stuff to do something simple as manage 2 email accounts effortlessly.
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