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Microsoft goes Web 2.0 with Hotmail

Microsoft tries to catch the wave of Web 2.0: the company has announced the worldwide availability of Windows Live Hotmail, the successor to MSN Hotmail. The revamped Hotmail now features Ajax navigation, drag and drop message filing and tighter integration with Outlook. The update brings Hotmail up to speed with its competitors like GMail and Yahoo mail which have offered Ajax-style auto-refreshing and better message sorting options for ages.Other nice additional features include auto-complete addressing, preview pane customization and an integrated Windows Live Messenger for initiating chat conversations.

If the new Hotmail is not your cup of tea, there is still the option to use the old look of MSN Hotmail. There’s also an option to customize the color theme. Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be a way to avoid losing roughly on third of your vertical screen real estate to the massive banner ads on the page. Hotmail users can now take advantage of 2 GB of storage space, but outside access is still limited to Outlook or Outlook Express. Microsoft says that in the coming months they will offer a new free email client, dubbed Windows Live Mail, which is intended to be a successor to Outlook Express and Windows Mail, that integrates with the new Hotmail. Windows Live Mail will initially be released as a beta, with the final version arriving at some as yet unknown time in the future. The new Hotmail features will certainly be welcome for existing users, but with all of these features and more already available via GMail, it’s hard to see why anyone would feel compelled to start using Hotmail now – I’ll also stick with GMail for now…

Source: Wired, Zdnet

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  1. May 8th, 2007 | 11:39

    I use hotmail for 7 years now, and 5 via Outlook Express, so I hope I can still use my free option for this.

    Cause people who create now a hotmail account don’t get this option that I have.

    Gmail = Great but I don’t have to use it.

    I use my own email (domain address) and download everything via POP3

  2. olan_b
    May 8th, 2007 | 12:35

    I have the Windows Live Desktop Beta and it’s great! Whenever I get a new e-mail alert all I have to do is click on it from the tray and can instantly access it. No opening browsers, entering passwords etc…

    However did try to link it up with my (IMAP) college account and was extremely slow at downloading the messages. So I just stopped using it for that.. Its gota nice Vista look too (baically like WL Messenger.)

  3. Q
    May 8th, 2007 | 13:03

    firefox plus adblock ftw

  4. Tara
    May 8th, 2007 | 16:38

    come on.. MS still thinks everybody loves outlook?
    The new style reaaaly sucks. basically, just the entire service. Go gmail!

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