Windows Live Mail is a freeware email client from Microsoft which can be configured to outlook Microsoft that enables you to send and receive emails and set up web-mail accounts within it, along with many other enhanced features. While Windows Live Mail is the successor to Windows Mail on Windows Vista, there were several differences in functionality between Windows Live Mail and Windows Mail. These include: Ability to view and edit HTML email by source has been removed in Windows Live Mail. Ability to set margins has been removed. Scripted Stationery for Windows Live Mail 2011 is available from Cloud eight Stationery. Locally installed help documentation is not available for Windows Live Mail.
Locally installed help documentation is not available for Windows Live Mail. The ability to set up and view RSS feeds within it. These enable you to view sites as they add new content so you always have up-to-date information – e.g. news or sports sites. Viewing emails, calendar and other features while offline. Enhanced search features to enable searches of sender, title or content of an email. Windows live mail also provides a new user interface which, like the other Windows Live “Wave 3” beta applications released at the same time, has no icons on the toolbar buttons. It also features a new calendaring function; calendar events automatically synchronize between Windows Live Mail and the Web-based Windows Live Calendar.