It’s been a busy couple of days in the world of Windows Live! Last night, Microsoft released the newest release and upgrade to Windows Live Mail Beta- Milestone 7. An official list of the newest changes has not been released. A week ago, an early preview was posted at liveside.net. The expected changes are: – Loading indicator – Storage Meter – Recently Updated Spaces – Return of Checkboxes (just like Hotmail) – Drag & Drop Improvements – First Run Improvements – Ability to turn on/off Spell Checker – Signature Rich Text Editor – Print Contacts – Contact Import – More Languages – Search Contacts – Performance Improvements – Improvements to basic version – Return of the Photo Upload Tool from Hotmail – Search structured query syntax At first glance, it appears as though the expected changes listed above have been implemented. Windows Live Mail is currently being used by 6 million people, and they continue to increase the number of beta users. It is important to remember that it is still in beta, and while it is a big milestone, everything probably won’t run perfectly yet.
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