Re: Mail Server
Hi ,I have just installed Windows 7 and I find that I cannot have
If I continue with Windows Mail can I use my existing mail server or do
throw out Windows 7 for something else
You should still be able to use your existing mail server with Windows
*Trying the Same Thing Over, and Expecting a Different Result =
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