A new test version of Windows Live Mail is available for testers.
The new test version of Windows Live Mail has been sent out for tester by Microsoft. This service is the revamp of Hotmail even-tough it is now under the label “Windows Live” which has been launched at the beginning of this month.
“Microsoft is building Windows Live Mail from scratch, keeping Hotmail and its 215 million active users on a separate system,” said Brooke Richardson, lead product manager in Microsoft’s MSN division. “The goal in rebuilding the service from the ground up is to improve performance and enable desktop-like e-mail features found in its Outlook program. An emerging programming technology known as AJAX is central to the effort,” she added.
Among the new features of the service is a spell-check tool that underlines errors as people compose messages and suggests alternate spellings when they right-click on the word. with the new Windows Live Mail users get 2 GB of mail storage.
Follow this link for access to the test version.