- Feb 22, 2014
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MS recommends the built in Mail in Windows 10. That's not a shocker, but I don't like the interface of the application. I prefer Windows Live Mail 2012. At least there is a fix mentioned in the email. This however makes me wonder if "Windows Live Mail 2012" days are numbered.Dear user,
In a few weeks, we will be making some changes to our email services that might impact your @outlook.com, @hotmail, @live, or @msn email account. Those changes will prevent your email from being delivered to the Windows Live Mail 2012 application you use.
In order to continue using Windows Live Mail 2012 to send and receive email for your account, you need to install the latest update published here.
If you use Windows Live Mail 2012 on Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, we recommend that you switch to the built in Mail app in Windows to stay connected and get the latest feature updates on Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.
Windows Live Essentials 2009 and 2011 are not supported anymore, and you will need to update to Windows 8/8.1 or Windows 10 and use the Mail app, or use www.outlook.com. To learn more about the Mail app, please click here.
We also recommend all Windows Live Mail users on Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 to upgrade to Windows 10 and use the built in Mail application to stay connected and get the latest feature updates.
We suggest saving this email so you can refer to it later.
Thanks for your understanding and continued use.
The Outlook team
Maybe I should switch to Mozilla Thunderbird (I've been thinking about doing this anyway), and strike out yet one more MS application that I don't use. Go ahead and switch before I am forced to do so.