I don't care for that idea very much that they have done away with switching
What if one doesn't want anyone else see the incoming mail from the other/s
I still have my other computer and this gives me one more reason to stick
with XP on it.
Microsoft I think you will have to re-think a few issues relating to Windows
The above being one and not having a Contact list below the Folder list are
just two of the issues.
Having the Contact list is so useful, as one only had to double click on a
contact to bring up a new mail
with that contact already showing.
"Marty Marcotte" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Thanks, Steve. You'll get a laugh out of me! I knew they did away with
> identities but because I couldn't get emails from one of the addresses, I
> thought I was just doing something really wrong. Well, I was. I forgot I
> had the other computer on and signed in with my email inbox open-everytime
> was sending an email to test the new computer out, it was opening on the
> other computer first!!! Duh! All is well now and I really appreciate
> response. Thanks.
> "Steve Cochran" wrote:
>> They have removed the Identities feature in WinMail. You have both
>> for the same user name so WinMail cannot open to just one account. You
>> don't switch between accounts; messages from both go to the same inbox,
>> you have a mixed situation.
>> "Marty Marcotte" <Marty Marcotte@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> >I have two email addresses. I have properly (I think) listed both of
>> > and marked the more used one as the default. However, the non-fault
>> > one
>> > is
>> > the only one that opens. Am I missing something? Just got this new
>> > computer
>> > with Vista. How do I switch between the emal accounts? I've tried
>> > removing
>> > both and adding the main one I use and the other one is still the one
>> > that
>> > opens when I click to open email. Both email addresses worked fine
>> > with
>> > the
>> > other computers which didn't have Vista.