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Windows Live Mail Has Four-Month Expiration Date

Windows Live Mail Has Four-Month Expiration Date

From Inside Microsoft, Windows Live mail accounts will have a four-month expiration date; meaning, if you go away for four months your account will automatically be deleted. Gmail has a nine month expiration date, which for me begs two questions: why can’t Microsoft mimic this, and how did such an awkwardly branded name as Windows Live get released out in the wild?

 Windows Live Mail Has Four Month Expiration Date
Wendy Boswell is the Editor for About Web Search and part of the New York Times Company.
 Windows Live Mail Has Four Month Expiration Date
 Windows Live Mail Has Four Month Expiration Date

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