We all want the same: the same piece of chocolate cake, the same good health, and the same stunts from Windows Mail
. Find out how to make Windows Mail do what most people want it to with these tips and tutorials.
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(Updated January 2013)
Email signatures can contain essential contact info, a witty quote or deep insight. Here's how to set up your signature in Windows Mail.
Locate the folder on your hard disk where Windows Mail keeps your email messages, so you can back them up easily.
Do you want to combine the ubiquity and space of a Gmail account with the power and comfort of your Windows Mail? Here's how to set up access to your Gmail email in Windows Mail.
When you click the link to a web page in an email, nothing happens? Here's how to make links work again and open happily in your browser; works for Outlook, Outlook Express, and just about any other Windows email program.
Want to send a bunch of files easily and in a compact form? Here's how to compress multiple documents in a single zip file and send it conveniently with Windows Mail.
Not at the office? Away from all computers? Email without reach? While you enjoy the time, Windows Mail can dutifully and automatically reply to incoming emails, letting people know when you'll be back to respond in person.
Have Windows Mail send messages from certain senders to the trash automatically.
Here's how you can add an image or an animation to your signature at the bottom of every message you send with Windows Mail.
If you want to see your emails in print, here's how to become a publisher and create printouts of email messages from Windows Mail.
Windows Mail can collect all your contact information in one place: a vCard.