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Migration from MSN Premium

  1. #1


    K Northrup Guest

    Migration from MSN Premium

    I would like to switch to Windows Live Mail from MSN Premium. I can't seem
    to locate an email migration program. Does anyone know of one?

    I'm waiting for a reply from TrueSwitch. Transend replied they have no
    such program.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2. #2


    ...winston Guest

    Re: Migration from MSN Premium

    Install Windows Live Mail(download.live.com). Make it your default email client.

    Note: Switch is interpreted as switching email clients, not replacing your isp service.
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    ...winston
    ms-mvp mail

    "K Northrup" <K Northrup@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:22C3EDBF-F204-4065-BD04-C144EA0DC816@xxxxxx

    > I would like to switch to Windows Live Mail from MSN Premium. I can't seem
    > to locate an email migration program. Does anyone know of one?
    >
    > I'm waiting for a reply from TrueSwitch. Transend replied they have no
    > such program.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3. #3


    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: Migration from MSN Premium

    You should ask in the following newsgroup which is visited by MSN experts:

    http://www.microsoft.com/communities...msn.discussion


    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)


    "K Northrup" <K Northrup@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:22C3EDBF-F204-4065-BD04-C144EA0DC816@xxxxxx

    >I would like to switch to Windows Live Mail from MSN Premium. I can't seem
    > to locate an email migration program. Does anyone know of one?
    >
    > I'm waiting for a reply from TrueSwitch. Transend replied they have no
    > such program.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4. #4


    Earle Horton Guest

    Re: Migration from MSN Premium

    In MSN Explorer, Mail & More, Help & Settings, E-mail Settings, Import or
    export e-mail, copy e-mail, or import contacts, Export E-Mail and Contacts
    to Outlook Express. In Windows Live Mail, File, Import, Messages... from
    Outlook Express.

    This of course won't work under Vista, because Vista doesn't have Outlook
    Express. In that case Mail & More, File, Copy E-Mail... and copy the file
    to a computer running XP with MSN Explorer installed. Then complete the
    steps outlined above.

    Earle

    "K Northrup" <K Northrup@xxxxxx> escribió en el mensaje
    de noticias news:22C3EDBF-F204-4065-BD04-C144EA0DC816@xxxxxx

    >I would like to switch to Windows Live Mail from MSN Premium. I can't seem
    > to locate an email migration program. Does anyone know of one?
    >
    > I'm waiting for a reply from TrueSwitch. Transend replied they have no
    > such program.

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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