Screenshot Tour: Windows Live Mail Desktop beta

Posted on November 6, 2006. Filed under: eMail, Microsoft, Online Applications, Vista |


Microsoft’s new email client, Windows Live Mail Desktop, offers access to all your email accounts and web site subscriptions in one place with powerful built-in search. Last week I ripped into the new Mail client bundled into Vista. But WLMD, despite the mouthful that is its name, is separate and much more smartly-executed software. It bundles feeds, contacts, newsgroups and multiple email accounts (with seamless Gmail support!) into an attractive interface with fast as-you-type search that rivals Google Desktop. Now this is an improvement over Outlook Express – except for the part where you have to sign in with your Windows Live ID (aka Passport) to use it. The WLMD beta is available as a free download, but if you’re not up for buying – just a little window shopping – come take a look at a quick screenshot tour.

+ Windows Live Mail Desktop Beta Screenshot Tour

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