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I now use windows live mail. I can receive messages but it is impossible to send messages. I have ask the helpdesk of our provider but they suggest to remove windows live mail and take another. We now want to install outlook express the free edition. Please advise and thank you.

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Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. Outlook Express is only free fro Windows XP. You can still use the Windows live make for your email all you need to do is to configure it. You need to make sure that the Outgoing Mail server that you enter on your Windows Mail is correct. You can provide me with the domain of your email so i can provide you the settings. (Yahoo,Gmail,Hotmail,)

If you have questions please let me know. Thanks for using Fixya.

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Hi!
Who is your Internet Service provider?
Keep me posted.

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