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    Mailing software

    Hello
    I am looking for software that allows me to see 1 look if I have mail

    - Gmail
    - Hotmail
    - yahoo mail

    Suppliers is only 3 mails.

    Thank you!
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    Re: Mailing software

    Most messaging software is this: Thunderbird, Windows Mail, Outlook, Apple Mail, ...
    After just enabling POP access on your various addresses (see assistance from each supplier)

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    Re: Mailing software

    use WebMail Notifier, a Firefox plugin to check my Hotmail and Gmail cans.
    And there is just to configure the login and password for each box.
    https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/4490
    Apparently there are ways to make scripts to integrate with other mail boxes.
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    Re: Mailing software

    AOL has rolled out a new version of Web Mail with enhancements to compete with web-based email majors like Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, and Hotmail. New plugins for connecting to third-party email rivals Gmail and Yahoo! Mail have been added along with a bunch of other new plugins.

    New plugins will allow access to Gmail and Yahoo! Mail from the AOL Web Mail account.
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    Re: Mailing software

    I bought a new PC that has MS office in it or well the program is there, I have Vista windows mail also. I like MS-Office mail but I can't figure out how to get mine to work? Every time I go to MS-Office it asks me to enter product key? I have no idea where to find it? I looked in systems and that key did not work. I didn't get any CD disks or anything with this PC. I wonder is there a program that is free to download that works very much like MS-Office Mail (It's setup I mean)? Or do I need to buy MS-Office Home-Student to get Office Mail ?
    Signed preplexed. (Oh BTW gang no jokes please...MOTHER is the name of my PC-from the movie Aliens and yes my email is fashioned to the letter from the movie also.)

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    Re: Mailing software

    hi,
    The key is relating to the product key of a purchased product. You most have a trial version on the computer asking you to enter a 25 digit Product Key. If you haven't purchased Office, you won't have that key. It does not come with new computers.

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    angry Re: Mailing software

    Thanks ! I believe your correct, Dang it. I thought I had MS-Office because It shows 304 MB in that folder under installed Programs and Features list. I'm sure I don't now...Okay So if I purchase the Home-Student Version will that give me the MS-Office Mail I'm wanting? Or is that one just word, excel, power-point, photo editing, etc?
    Last edited by M O T H E R; 12-02-2009 at 03:16 PM.

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