Vista Updates - Mid-February Edition



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Windows Mail is the standard email client in Vista. Although it looks similar to Outlook Express, it has several improvements, including better spam filtering, phishing protection, and - most importantly - it stores each email message as a separate file, rather than storing messages in the Inbox and other folders as large database files that often become corrupt.
It's amazing how illogical a business built on binary logic can be.



Does this mean someone FINALLY put a stake in Outlook Express???!!! [perhaps there's a reason to get Vista after all] Or is WM just a new name for it?

Please let it be the former.

(It's one thing to make a horribly useless program, it's another to make it install in your OS by default, and make other somewhat more useful programs rely on it's presence.)

There's no time like the future.

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