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You have to download a unified setup program and selectively install Windows Live Mail from the advanced options, otherwise you end up with Photo Gallery, Movie Maker and God knows what other crap. It obviously connects very well to Microsoft services, but Gmail and Yahoo work as well (like any other IMAP/POP3 account).It’s pretty light and snappy, with an average of 40mb of ram constantly used.Honestly a company so desperate about my data is not worth my trust. Google acquired the little Mac and i Phone app few years ago and basically killed the project.Email changed and Mail Bird (and Sparrow before it) tries to change the client with it.I handle most of my emails through gmail’s web interface.It’s a fantastic application and it spoiled me to the point that leaving it has become almost impossible.You have to manually configure everything, including telling which IMAP folder is trash, which is inbox, etc.The emails in the junk folder are left as unread and you have to set up a filter/rule if you don’t want to be notified of new spam.
I found a depressing lack of innovation and one software even transmitted personal data over unencrypted connection.And that we hadn’t really seen any requests for this.I’m sorry but I can’t take seriously an email client that doesn’t value or prioritize the security of my email. The client supports PGP, S/MIME, Crypo API, SSLv3, TSL, ASLR, DEP and a bunch more of fancy security acronyms.What it completely lacks is any kind of spam filter. It can be a good or a bad point to you, but email evolved and I find this lack of innovation quite annoying.I know that it should be installed on the server level or maybe the anti-virus already has it, but an email client without spam filter seems hard to believe. has a plug-in system that lets you connect to external spam filters and I believe Antispam Sniper is the suggested one, but that brings the cost of the whole lot to €40/ for the client €17/ for the anti-spam. That being said Ritlabs’ software is probably the best client I tried so far. is definitely for you but it’s a far from perfect email reader. Windows Live Mail –formerly Outlook Express– is not part of your standard Windows installation any more but it comes with the Windows Essentials tools.