You Asked Us To Bring Back Windows Mail for Windows 7 and 8.1 – Here it is!

By | November 14, 2014
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Windows Mail Setup for Windows 7 & 8.1

Missing Windows Mail or Outlook Express since updating to Windows 7 and 8.1? Are you putting off the update so you don’t lose your tried and true email program? We can fix that for you!

If you’re using Windows 7 or 8 and you’ve been unhappy that Microsoft took away Outlook Express / Windows Mail — we have some good news for you. You can use Windows Mail again! You can use our scrolling stationery again too.

We can make a direct connection to your computer – work our magic and in just a few minutes you’ll be using the email program you’ve been missing. We anticipate many will take advantage of this offer, so with that in mind, your appointment may be scheduled a week or so out. Order below, of if you prefer to order by regular mail, click here.

If you miss Outlook Express / Windows Mail – we can install Windows Mail on  your Windows 7 or your Windows 8.1 computer for you!  Visit this page for more information or to order you Windows Mail Set-up session right now!

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Windows Mail running on Windows 7 Home Premium. Works great on Windows 8.1 too!

Would you like to have Windows Mail running on your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 computer too? Visit this page for details.

4 thoughts on “You Asked Us To Bring Back Windows Mail for Windows 7 and 8.1 – Here it is!

  1. Doug

    This is a great service. I had Darcy install Windows Mail on my Windows 7 computer and it works great. I like being able to keep all my information in my own secure drive.

    Thank you Darcy

  2. Cindy

    Will Windows updates cause trouble with this Windows Mail install, or cause one to lose it?

    I had you install Windows Mail on my Windows 7 laptop when it was new. I never removed it or switched over to Windows Live Mail but that’s what I have now. Windows Mail is no longer accessible.

    Same thing happened on my Vista Home Premium desktop. I had you install the Windows Live Mail on that machine and really didn’t like it nearly as well, but one day I had pretty much decided I was going to go back to using Windows Mail as I had never removed it, and I could no longer access it. It was just gone.

  3. Edith Porter

    Being able to use your stationary again is great. However, unless the receiving computer mail system also has the mail system, will they be able to receive and view the email that is sent on your stationary? I need to know this before I purchase. thank you.

  4. Jean

    What is happening with Google Chrome. It popped up the other day with a bar with ASK on it. The whole page has changed. I haven’t been able to go back to Chrome. I have downloaded a couple of times, still have the bar with ASK showing. Anybody else have this problem?

    Thank you and have a good day!


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