Microsoft is continuously working on migration of its 400 million Outlook.com users to an innovative infrastructure and UI. The company is also planning to take its Windows Live Mail users’ to a new Outlook.com with a new Office 365 backend infrastructure. If you want any type of technical support for Migrating your Windows Live Mail to Outlook.com, then you can simply contact a third party technical support providing company, like Intelli Atlas, and get instant support for the same. You can also visit Microsoft® Outlook technical support for help on Windows live mail login and Windows live Hotmail problems in an efficient manner with the help of certified Outlook technicians.
As Windows Live Mail 2012 customer doesn’t support the new required synchronization protocols, so customers using that configuration are unable to send or receive Outlook.com email from Windows Live Mail 2012 once their accounts are upgraded.
Windows Live Mail is also one of the Microsoft’s products which are also known as “Windows Essentials” application bundle. Other essentials in that bundle include Movie Maker, Photo Gallery, and Windows Live Writer and One Drive. For any type of help, users can dial a toll-free Outlook support phone number and get instant solutions frequently.
Even though a company hasn’t updated Windows Live Mail for many years, but users are still using the app. According to Microsoft, there are more than 3.5 million users using Outlook.com which are connected to Windows Live Mail. You can also dial Microsoft® Outlook technical support phone number for help on Windows live mail setup and other email troubleshooting steps in a proficient manner.
From Microsoft’s blog post on May 5 about the migration problem:
“If you currently use Windows Live Mail 2012 to connect to Outlook.com, we recommend that you switch to the Mail app on Windows (before your account is upgraded). This email app is used by the vast majority of Outlook.com users today. It is designed to work with the new Outlook.com, offers a more modern and touch-friendly interface, and integrates elegantly with the Windows platform. Like Windows Live Mail 2012, the Mail app on Windows is free.”
The suggested Windows Mail app is bundled with Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10. So you just have to add your accounts to that Mail client. Another option for those affected by this is to simply start using Outlook.com in a new Web browser. This is basically the solitary option for those still running Windows 7 other than upgrading to Windows 8/10. For this, you can also take online customer support services to resolve the issue of how to Migrate Windows Live Mail Users to Outlook.com in a proficient way.
For more details about the migration issue and options, you can contact Intelli Atlas and get instant assistance from certified professional technicians.
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