yet more on Live essentials 2011

Discussion in 'Windows Live Mail' started by Drew, Oct 23, 2010.

  1. Drew

    Drew Guest

    I am still considering this but was wondering what the majority (of the
    knowledgeable) here use as a news reader instead of live mail. I currently
    of course use Live mail 2009 but I may switch to outlook as I do have that
    possibility.
     
    Drew, Oct 23, 2010
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  2. Drew

    rak Guest

    ?iGoogle and/or Reader isn't too shabby, depending upon what you are looking
    for.

    "Drew" wrote in message
    I am still considering this but was wondering what the majority (of the
    knowledgeable) here use as a news reader instead of live mail. I currently
    of course use Live mail 2009 but I may switch to outlook as I do have that
    possibility.
     
    rak, Oct 23, 2010
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  3. Drew

    Tester Guest

    Outlook isn't a Newsreader so don't waste your time on it. A good
    newsreader is Thunderbird. Anything that is good for me should be good
    for anybody!

    hth
     
    Tester, Oct 23, 2010
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  4. Drew

    ...winston Guest

    Outlook does not have a newsreader. It requires a 3rd party add/plug-in.


    ....winston

    "Drew" wrote in message
    I am still considering this but was wondering what the majority (of the
    knowledgeable) here use as a news reader instead of live mail. I currently
    of course use Live mail 2009 but I may switch to outlook as I do have that
    possibility.
     
    ...winston, Oct 23, 2010
    #4
  5. Drew

    Drew Guest

    Winston: I understand what you are saying about Outlook and I already knew
    that. I am considering the switch due to obvious problems with the new live
    mail that is why I was asking about other newsreaders. I both like and
    dislike parts of Live mail 2009 and was browsing for something different.
     
    Drew, Oct 23, 2010
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