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Part VII: Unleashing Windows 98 for the ... > Outlook Express and Internet Email

Chapter 34. Outlook Express and Internet Email

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And none will hear the postman's knock Without a quickening of the heart. For who can bear to feel himself forgotten?

W. H. Auden

With Windows 98, Microsoft has moved its messaging model away from the “universal inbox” concept that prevailed (however imperfectly) in Windows 95. For Internet email, the tool of choice in Windows 98 is Outlook Express—thanks to its built-in support for the SMTP and POP protocols, support for multiple email accounts and automatic signatures, its ability to handle HTML and other rich text formats, its support for secure messages, and much more. This chapter shows you how to use Outlook Express for exchanging notes with other Net denizens.


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