Alternative to Outlook Express?I tend to like Outlook Express. Some years ago I fina

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Given that Outlook is no longer supported, Thunderbird may be your best bet. It will automatically import all your settings and contacts and will look quite similar.As a bonus, it has much better SPAM filtering and is updated regularly.
Although I have TB installed, I forward all my mail to Gmail now and find it far superior. You can easily create a new account and abandon the old one.
 

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Our telecom, TDS, switched from their old webmail to Gmail for all subscribers of their DSL.

I use Gmail. Since it was first out. You have access to Google Documents, Voice calling, and so many other features!

Take a look > http://mail.google.com/mail/help/intl/en/about.html

The best part is you do not have all those things by default- you get more choice.
 
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