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I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. A couple of things, but nothing really major depending on your point of view. You can also access the address book directly as a standalone program as you could in XP, but which was not previously possible with the Windows 7 version. I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. How much do they want you to donate? And is it really OE, or that Windows Mail OE-look-alike? I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. How much do they want you to donate? And is it really OE, or that Windows Mail OE-look-alike? It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. It looks like and cooks like OE, though, you have to admit that much. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. And I'll be implementing it for someone next week, unless they decide to get the OE previously mentioned elsewhere in this forum. Here's a WM question: Can. EML files be transferred from an old XP OE implementation to the new Windows Mail on Windows 7? If so, is it tedious to do? It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. It looks like and cooks like OE, though, you have to admit that much. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. And I'll be implementing it for someone next week, unless they decide to get the OE previously mentioned elsewhere in this forum. Here's a WM question: Can. EML files be transferred from an old XP OE implementation to the new Windows Mail on Windows 7? If so, is it tedious to do? Yes, Windows Mail performs like OE, but Windows Mail has more advanced security features and junk mail protection than OE. The funniest feature of OE is that though one can configure a password, anyone can still dig into the program files folder and copy and move to another computer all DBX email stores. It is almost like locking a padlock on a door but never shutting the door closed. I'm fairly certain you can export the DBX email stores from OE then import them from within Windows Mail. Give me a second... Here is import dialogue from within Windows Mail: Windows Mail Import Select Program Select the format you want to import e-mail from. Also, I did import all of my OE messages into Windows Mail, so of course it is possible--duh on my behalf! Joseph the free tech guy! It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. It looks like and cooks like OE, though, you have to admit that much. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. And I'll be implementing it for someone next week, unless they decide to get the OE previously mentioned elsewhere in this forum. Here's a WM question: Can. EML files be transferred from an old XP OE implementation to the new Windows Mail on Windows 7? If so, is it tedious to do? When we had Vista, even our computer guy couldn't figure out better ways for me to navigate in Windows Mail. I managed to cripple around, but I'd hate to think I had to have something like that when I get my new computer. Of course, JAWS will be newer now than it was in 2008, but for then, it was new, since I was keeping it up to date at that time. It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. Joseph the free tech guy! I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. How much do they want you to donate? And is it really OE, or that Windows Mail OE-look-alike? DBX files to store each mail folder. Windows Mail uses the. And yes, you can import Outlook Express DBX files into Windows Mail. Not having touched OE or any of its clones since version 3, I'm very out of touch with all of this stuff. I switched to an email client called Forte Agent see my message headers because OE 3 and 4 had so many problems, I was afraid to go near 'em! Eudora was nice back then, too, but I settled on Agent. Now I wish I hadn't because through the years, Agent has never implemented IMap. If your computer guy wasn't knowledgeable about navigating programs from the keyboard what he could or couldn't figure out is not reliable concerning the ease of use of programs by blind people. And at times, some programs that are not inherently easy to use from the keyboard are made easy to use by screen-readers that implement scripts for such programs or perhaps use other methods to make them more convenient to use. I haven't used Windows Live Mail but from what I've seen here over the years, it appears that navigating using Windows Live Mail is very similar to navigating with Outlook Express. Outlook Express is very easy to navigate. As just one example of what your computer guy didn't know, if you are in a folder such as deleted messages and you want to return immediately to the inbox, you can use the command control i. I managed to cripple around, but I'd hate to think I had to have something like that when I get my new computer. Of course, JAWS will be newer now than it was in 2008, but for then, it was new, since I was keeping it up to date at that time. It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. Joseph the free tech guy! I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. How much do they want you to donate? And is it really OE, or that Windows Mail OE-look-alike? Control I definitely works in Outlook Express. Yes, you are right, and he would be the first to admit that he knows very little about screen readers. He and his brother have a company here. He has done several computers with them, so he is the guy in our little town for us with screen readers - maybe three of us right now that I know of. And at times, some programs that are not inherently easy to use from the keyboard are made easy to use by screen-readers that implement scripts for such programs or perhaps use other methods to make them more convenient to use. I haven't used Windows Live Mail but from what I've seen here over the years, it appears that navigating using Windows Live Mail is very similar to navigating with Outlook Express. Outlook Express is very easy to navigate. As just one example of what your computer guy didn't know, if you are in a folder such as deleted messages and you want to return immediately to the inbox, you can use the command control i. I managed to cripple around, but I'd hate to think I had to have something like that when I get my new computer. Of course, JAWS will be newer now than it was in 2008, but for then, it was new, since I was keeping it up to date at that time. It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. Joseph the free tech guy! I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. How much do they want you to donate? And is it really OE, or that Windows Mail OE-look-alike? And at times, some programs that are not inherently easy to use from the keyboard are made easy to use by screen-readers that implement scripts for such programs or perhaps use other methods to make them more convenient to use. I haven't used Windows Live Mail but from what I've seen here over the years, it appears that navigating using Windows Live Mail is very similar to navigating with Outlook Express. Outlook Express is very easy to navigate. As just one example of what your computer guy didn't know, if you are in a folder such as deleted messages and you want to return immediately to the inbox, you can use the command control i. I managed to cripple around, but I'd hate to think I had to have something like that when I get my new computer. Of course, JAWS will be newer now than it was in 2008, but for then, it was new, since I was keeping it up to date at that time. It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. Joseph the free tech guy! I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. How much do they want you to donate? And is it really OE, or that Windows Mail OE-look-alike? There are a few interface changes one must configure to get Windows Mail to behave when used with a screenreader, but this is also true of Outlook Express. Joseph the free tech guy! And at times, some programs that are not inherently easy to use from the keyboard are made easy to use by screen-readers that implement scripts for such programs or perhaps use other methods to make them more convenient to use. I haven't used Windows Live Mail but from what I've seen here over the years, it appears that navigating using Windows Live Mail is very similar to navigating with Outlook Express. Outlook Express is very easy to navigate. As just one example of what your computer guy didn't know, if you are in a folder such as deleted messages and you want to return immediately to the inbox, you can use the command control i. I managed to cripple around, but I'd hate to think I had to have something like that when I get my new computer. Of course, JAWS will be newer now than it was in 2008, but for then, it was new, since I was keeping it up to date at that time. It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. Joseph the free tech guy! I could send you a Dropbox link for the installer, but you would still have to register on the forum to donate which is the only way to get installation keys. How much do they want you to donate? And is it really OE, or that Windows Mail OE-look-alike? The funniest feature of OE is that though one can configure a password, anyone can still dig into the program files folder and copy and move to another computer all DBX email stores. It is almost like locking a padlock on a door but never shutting the door closed. I'm fairly certain you can export the DBX email stores from OE then import them from within Windows Mail. Give me a second... Here is import dialogue from within Windows Mail: Windows Mail Import Select Program Select the format you want to import e-mail from. Also, I did import all of my OE messages into Windows Mail, so of course it is possible--duh on my behalf! Joseph the free tech guy! It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. It looks like and cooks like OE, though, you have to admit that much. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. And I'll be implementing it for someone next week, unless they decide to get the OE previously mentioned elsewhere in this forum. Here's a WM question: Can. EML files be transferred from an old XP OE implementation to the new Windows Mail on Windows 7? If so, is it tedious to do? The funniest feature of OE is that though one can configure a password, anyone can still dig into the program files folder and copy and move to another computer all DBX email stores. It is almost like locking a padlock on a door but never shutting the door closed. I'm fairly certain you can export the DBX email stores from OE then import them from within Windows Mail. Give me a second... Here is import dialogue from within Windows Mail: Windows Mail Import Select Program Select the format you want to import e-mail from. Also, I did import all of my OE messages into Windows Mail, so of course it is possible--duh on my behalf! Joseph the free tech guy! It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. It looks like and cooks like OE, though, you have to admit that much. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. And I'll be implementing it for someone next week, unless they decide to get the OE previously mentioned elsewhere in this forum. Here's a WM question: Can. EML files be transferred from an old XP OE implementation to the new Windows Mail on Windows 7? If so, is it tedious to do? There are a few interface changes one must configure to get Windows Mail to behave when used with a screenreader, but this is also true of Outlook Express. Joseph the free tech guy! And at times, some programs that are not inherently easy to use from the keyboard are made easy to use by screen-readers that implement scripts for such programs or perhaps use other methods to make them more convenient to use. I haven't used Windows Live Mail but from what I've seen here over the years, it appears that navigating using Windows Live Mail is very similar to navigating with Outlook Express. Outlook Express is very easy to navigate. As just one example of what your computer guy didn't know, if you are in a folder such as deleted messages and you want to return immediately to the inbox, you can use the command control i. I managed to cripple around, but I'd hate to think I had to have something like that when I get my new computer. Of course, JAWS will be newer now than it was in 2008, but for then, it was new, since I was keeping it up to date at that time. It is the successor to Outlook Express released with Windows vista. WLM is the successor to Windows Mail. I have been successfully using Windows Mail on my Windows7 computers for about 5 years now. Joseph the free tech guy! 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