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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Am I getting that senile or didn't Fred once mention that there would be a version of win7 that a person could still use OE for emails?No I dont mean running xp n 7 on same HD.

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    Outlook Express was discontinued by Microsoft a few years ago, and there is no option to download it. Microsoft's replacement for OE for Windows 7 is Windows Live Mail.

    You could try an alternative such as Thunderbird. There are many other alternatives available, the What Email client are U using? thread lists a lot of them.

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    Outlook Express was discontinued by Microsoft a few years ago, and there is no option to download it. Microsoft's replacement for OE for Windows 7 is Windows Live Mail.

    You could try an alternative such as Thunderbird. There are many other alternatives available, the What Email client are U using? thread lists a lot of them.

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    Outlook Express was discontinued by Microsoft a few years ago, and there is no option to download it. Microsoft's replacement for OE for Windows 7 is Windows Live Mail.

    You could try an alternative such as Thunderbird. There are many other alternatives available, the What Email client are U using? thread lists a lot of them.

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    Outlook Express was discontinued by Microsoft a few years ago, and there is no option to download it. Microsoft's replacement for OE for Windows 7 is Windows Live Mail.

    You could try an alternative such as Thunderbird. There are many other alternatives available, the What Email client are U using? thread lists a lot of them.

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    Outlook Express was discontinued by Microsoft a few years ago, and there is no option to download it. Microsoft's replacement for OE for Windows 7 is Windows Live Mail.

    You could try an alternative such as Thunderbird. There are many other alternatives available, the What Email client are U using? thread lists a lot of them.

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    Outlook Express was discontinued by Microsoft a few years ago, and there is no option to download it. Microsoft's replacement for OE for Windows 7 is Windows Live Mail.

    You could try an alternative such as Thunderbird. There are many other alternatives available, the What Email client are U using? thread lists a lot of them.

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    Outlook Express was discontinued by Microsoft a few years ago, and there is no option to download it. Microsoft's replacement for OE for Windows 7 is Windows Live Mail.

    You could try an alternative such as Thunderbird. There are many other alternatives available, the What Email client are U using? thread lists a lot of them.

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