Loc: Petaluma, CA
Windows 7 and Outlook/Office 2000.
I can't believe Windows 7 doesn't include an email program, and I happened to have an old version of Office. I was helping a friend over the phone this weekend, but she will bring in her laptop this morning to see if I can fix it.
Windows Live Essentials has a Mail app BTW. Maybe do a custom install if it will let you if you don't want all of the other crap. Windows software update should have it but I know that won't let you customize.
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