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I want to switch from charter mail to Windows mail

I recently subscribed to Charter Internet service and your representatives set up charter mail as our email service. We are extremely frustrated with this as we send messages to friends and they only receive part of the message, and we cannot copy wp documents, pictures, etc., into our emails. I was told that you could help me setup this service?
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Your better off switching to a new internet service provider.

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