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Comment by freitasm, on 9-Jun-2007 00:03
This was announced a couple of months ago... But where is the download?
Comment by freitasm, on 9-Jun-2007 00:09
I am not sure I will install this... It synchronises the Windows Live Mail with Outlook. But unless it comes with an option to prevent this happening, I don't want my WLM contacts flowing into my Exchange contact list.
This would be too messy - exactly like Windows Live for Mobile, which only allows you to log into Windows Live Messenger on your Pocket PC if you synchronise the contacts to your handheld, which in turn go to the Exchange server. But there's a reason why people in my Windows Live Messenger are not in my Outlook/Exchange, and I want them that way...
Comment by Jared Brown, on 9-Jun-2007 10:01
I'm glad so many people are excited about the connector. Just to clarify for everyone, the version that will be free for all our Hotmail and Outlook customers will be available for download any day now. The version currently available will only work for users with paid MSN Premium or Office Live Essentials or Office Live Premium accounts. - Jared Brown [MSFT]
Comment by freitasm, on 9-Jun-2007 10:04
This link is for the wrong connector. It requires a subscribption. The latest connector should be free.
Comment by freitasm, on 12-Jun-2007 17:22
Here is the correct link, just released...
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