Re: Outlook Express Service Change

hello, if it is fake, how the sender can use @microsoft.msn.com as the email 
address? here is the email address of the sender:
communications@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

can you tell me?


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Warmest Regards,
Allan Wong

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Mark Driesenga
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 18:36
Subject: Re: Outlook Express Service Change


"Dear Outlook Express customer"?  Sounds fake to me.
Email: truthobjective@xxxxxxxxx
AIM: msd4283
MSN: mark.driesenga@xxxxxxxx
Skype: markdriesenga
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Katherine Schulz
  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 11:08 PM
  Subject: Fw: Outlook Express Service Change


  I received this notice tonight.  Has anyone received this and does anyone 
know anything about whether the new service is 
compatible with Jaws?  I wonder how difficult this will be to use and if there 
will be a lot to learn?

  Katherine


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Microsoft Outlook Express team
  To: katherineschulz6266@xxxxxxx
  Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 8:12 PM
  Subject: Outlook Express Service Change





                    Dear Microsoft Outlook Express customer,

                    Thank you for using Microsoft® Outlook® Express. Our 
information indicates that you use Outlook Express to 
access a Windows LiveT Hotmail® e-mail account via a protocol called DAV 
(Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol). DAV, like 
POP3 or IMAP, is the way that a mail client communicates with a web-based mail 
server.

                    As a valued customer, we want to provide advanced notice 
that as of June 30, 2008, Microsoft is disabling the 
DAV protocol and you will no longer be able to access your Hotmail Inbox via 
Outlook Express. As an alternative, we recommend that 
you download Windows Live Mail, a free desktop e-mail client that has the 
familiarity of Outlook Express and much more. This next 
generation of free e-mail software will allow you to easily manage multiple 
e-mail accounts-including Windows Live Hotmail, plus 
other e-mail accounts that support POP3/IMAP. Better yet, Windows Live Mail 
integrates well with other Windows Live services, and 
downloads in minutes. After you provide your user name and password, you will 
automatically be linked to your Hotmail account, 
providing continued access to your email and contacts.

                    We encourage you to download Windows Live Mail at 
http://getlive.com/wlmail/overview.

                    And, to make your transition smoother, we've provided 
answers to frequently asked questions below.

                    Again, thank you for your use of Outlook Express and we are 
confident that you'll be just as delighted with the 
new Windows Live Mail.

                    Your Windows Live Mail team


                    Frequently asked questions:

                    Why are we disabling DAV?

                    DAV is a legacy protocol that is not well suited for client 
access to large inboxes. Over time, as we've 
provided more e-mail storage to our users-and now offer 5GB inboxes for free-a 
more efficient access protocol is needed.

                    What are we replacing DAV with?

                    We have developed a new, much more efficient protocol 
called DeltaSynch that is far superior to DAV especially 
for large e-mail inboxes. It enables email clients to only download changes 
since the last time the client polled the email server 
for changes. This is much more efficient and high performing than having to 
download all the headers in every folder as is the case 
with DAV.

                    Is DeltaSynch compatible with Outlook Express?

                    The new protocol unfortunately is NOT supported by Outlook 
Express and support would require too many changes to 
the Outlook Express software.

                    Is there a different or new mail client I can try that uses 
DeltaSynch?

                    Microsoft is providing Windows Live Mail, a free e-mail 
client that has the familiarity of Outlook Express and 
much more. This free, next generation email client  enables users to easily 
manage multiple e-mail accounts including Windows Live 
Hotmail and other e-mail accounts that support POP3/IMAP. Windows Live Mail 
also integrates well with other Windows Live services, 
is optimized to work with Windows Live Hotmail, and offers:

                      a.. Offline mail
                      b.. Windows Live Hotmail account aggregation for those 
users with multiple Hotmail accounts
                      c.. Account aggregation for POP and IMAP mail accounts
                      d.. Rich photo-sharing capabilities
                      e.. Advanced search via integration with Desktop Search
                      f.. Safety tools (Anti-Virus scanning, anti-phishing, 
anti-spam features across aggregated accounts for 
customers who do not have an Anti-Virus product)
                      g.. Integration with Windows Live services including 
Windows Live Spaces
                      h.. RSS (Real Simple Syndication) feed aggregation
                      i.. Ability to send SMS (short message service) text to a 
mobile phone from Windows Live Mail
                    Where can I download the new Windows Live Mail client?

                    You can download the new client at 
http://getlive.com/wlmail/overview.

                    Microsoft respects your privacy. To learn more, please read 
our online Privacy Statement.

                    Microsoft Corporation, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052










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