In the late 2000s, Microsoft introduced its replacement to Outlook Express 6, Windows Live Mail (at the time known as Windows Live Mail Desktop). This was barely more than OE6 with a different theme, as the menus were all virtually identical. The only real major difference is that WLMail stores mail as separate EML files rather than proprietary DBX files, and the face WLMail 2008 build is much more colorful.
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