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Chapter 19. Communicating with Windows Mail

Chapter 19. Communicating with Windows Mail

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If software programs can have inferiority complexes, Outlook Express, the email client that shipped with the previous few versions of Windows, would be a prime candidate. After all, Outlook Express was always seen as the poor cousin of Outlook, Microsoft’s flagship email client. That might have been a bad rap because Outlook Express 6, the version that shipped with Windows XP, was a mature, full-featured client that did just about everything Outlook does. (The exception was that Outlook Express didn’t support scripting. But that was really a mark in its favor because most email virus programmers target Outlook and its capability to run scripts embedded in messages.) More than that, Outlook Express even came with a few unique features of its own. The problem, though, is that many people didn’t know what Outlook Express was capable of.


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