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Outlook Express in Windows Vista

September 17th 2005 in Uncategorized

Bryan Starbuck, the Dev Lead for Outlook Express and all around nice guy, and survived being interviewed by Robert Scoble for Channel 9.


Outlook Express will be renamed to Windows Mail in Windows Vista.


The video interview includes shots of OE in Windows Vista in action – go check it out:
http://channel9.msdn.com/showpost.aspx?postid=116711


Side note: Its quite ironic that OE will finally have a spam filter.  Some of us remember how OE *nearly* had a spam filter back when OE5 was being readied for release, until Blue Mountain sued Microsoft, forcing the removal of the filter.


Nowadays Microsoft (or more precisely MSN) are friends with Blue Mountain again – Blue Mountain provides the animated winks and backgrounds for MSN Messenger.  How times change.


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