install default client e-mail for windows 7

December 29, 2010 at 01:14:25
Specs: Windows 7
have aol as my e-mail "client",running win7 and every time i visit a web site and wish to respond via e-mail i get a default client not installed msg. can not figue out what the **** that means and i get no help from microsoft when i visit their so called support site as i get directed to their hong kong support site and get get an e-mail from ms wong saying she can't translate(i don't speak chinese) and giving me a phone number!!!!!!!!!!!
i am sick of m-s and i don't really expect any help from this site either as i am sure you are somehow affilated w/m-s.

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December 29, 2010 at 02:55:39
tut tut! not the way to endear yourself with the people who help others purely because they enjoy to so....

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....

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December 29, 2010 at 08:36:02
If default email is not set, you can set it as shown here:

I agree with princecorum. Attitudes like yours will not win many friends and you run the risk of being ignored. Thus your attitude would become self fulfilling.

First the people who help out on this forum have nothing to do with Microsoft.
You could have easily figured that out had you thought and read a bit on this site.
This site supports all sorts of OSes from Windows, Linux, Mac, BEOS, Solaris, Novel Netware, OpenVMS, plus other specialist subject areas such as programming, hardware, networking, gaming, Web Development and others

Secondly they offer their help for FREE.

When everything else fails, read the instructions.

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December 29, 2010 at 23:25:35
i'll apologize for the last sentence of my posting re not expecting any help. yours was the last site i visited looking for help and i was becoming extremely frustrated. the previous site i had visited would provide me an answer if i paid for it. that set me off as i felt i shouldn't have to pay for an answer to a simple ? especially since i was directed to the site by clicking on a microsoft link.

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