moderated does anyone have a copy of windows live mail they would share please


Jim Rawls
 

Hi all, I am running windows   ten and jaws 2018. Thanks Jim


 

I would advise against it, Windows Live Mail has long been discontinued and while I'm sure some people still use it, I think using either the built-in Mail app or Thunderbird (if you are looking for a free email client) is a better solution.

 

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Hi all, I am running windows   ten and jaws 2018. Thanks Jim


Jim Rawls
 

Ok, agreed, but I need help with setting windows mail Jim

 

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I would advise against it, Windows Live Mail has long been discontinued and while I'm sure some people still use it, I think using either the built-in Mail app or Thunderbird (if you are looking for a free email client) is a better solution.

 

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Hi all, I am running windows   ten and jaws 2018. Thanks Jim


 

This has been written about multiple times on the Windows 10 for Screen Reader Users group.  Here is a link to a post written by David Moore that's a tutorial on using the Mail, People, and Calendar Apps.
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