Email has become one of the easiest and fastest ways of sending messages today. You can send and receive email messages at real time. Along with your text message, you can also attach images or other files to make things more convenient. Today there a various email service providers like Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Windows Live Mail, etc, that offer you best-in-class services.
Here we are going to discuss how you can send email using Windows Live Mail. Windows Live Mail is a desktop program with some great new ways to manage your email. It’s part of Windows Live Essentials, a free download that also includes Messenger, Photo Gallery, Movie Maker, and other software that helps you do more with Windows 7. Windows Live Mail lets you read, and reply to, your email even when you’re offline. When you’re back online, new email messages will download to your PC, and any messages in your outbox will be sent. That’s cool, isn’t it?
You might have used several email services before. However, Microsoft Windows Live Mail has its own procedures and protocol which may change the way you send email messages. The following Windows Live help instructions will help you gain confidence on using Windows Live Mail.
Open your web browser and navigate to the Windows Live Sign in page. If you already have Windows Live ID, provide your Windows Live ID and password into the respective fields. After this, click Sign In. If you haven’t created a Windows Live account yet, you can create a new Windows Live ID by clicking on the Sign Up button.
Once you have logged in, locate the option New Message in the far left hand corner to create and send emails in Windows Live. You can see this option either in the form of a button or appear as a drop-down menu on Windows Live. If you do not see this option, or the email software fails to maximize, you may proceed to the next Step 3.
If you don’t see the New Message option or if it doesn’t maximize, right-click on the taskbar and click on the option Maximize in the Properties menu.
This will bring the New Message option in Windows Live. Click here. Now you can type your email message into the body field and you may include the optional subject and attachments. After you are done with typing your email message, click the Send button in the upper left-hand corner of your Windows Live email screen.
If you need any assistance on using Windows Live Mail, you can go through the Windows Live Help menu or visit Windows Support Center and get needed help.