Sending and Receiving Network Mail · 114 From the Desktop, choose the Start button, Programs, and Windows Messaging; alternatively, double-click the Inbox. Note No Windows Messaging or Inbox? If you do not see either the command or the Inbox in Windows, you'll need to install the application from the Windows Setup on the network or on a Windows 95 CD. In the Control Panel, double-click Add/Remove Programs and select the Windows Setup tab. Double-click Windows Messaging in the Components list and check Microsoft Mail Services and Win- dows Messaging. Choose OK and OK again. Follow the directions on-screen. 1. If you've opened the program before, the Windows Messaging window appears (see Figure 19.1). The program opens to the same folder that was open the last time you used it (the folder's name appears in the title bar).