Via Windows Live Mail Configure Email in Windows live Mail Easily


Methew January 27, 2018   342 Views

Microsoft launched a latest free email application, Windows live mail that enables the users to send & receive emails as well as also helps them to manage multiple email accounts within it. It has several enhanced features which may are similar to Windows Mail or outlook express, as it is the successor of these programs. If anyone is satisfied with the services of Windows Mail and outlook express, then they find Window Live Mail even more convinced.

So, the users should take the benefit of this amazing application to make their emailing life more manageable and simple. In spite of many amazing features and services, Windows live mail has also had some issues too. The most common issue, which takes place frequently, is configuring email in Windows live mail. To eradicate this issue completely, the Windows Live Mail Customer Service team is one hell of a team that supports the needy ones by fixing their queries within a minute.

Follow the below mentioned steps to configure email in Windows live mail:

  • Open Windows live mail sign up page.
  • Create an email account by filling E-mail address, password, display name and click Next.
  • Enter account settings very carefully.
  • In the success, message page clicks on the finish.
  • Now, folders are starting to download.
  • After verification that folders are correct, hit OK.

On following these steps, anyone is able to configure their email and can send or receive emails easily. However, some of the users may find it difficult, and then, in that case, they can opt for third party support by making a call at Windows Live Mail Customer Service Number. This number is reachable throughout the day and night and from the anywhere around the globe.


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