Microsoft Windows Live is a collection of tools that combine web storage with software you can run from your PC. For instance, the next version of Outlook Express is built on Windows Live technology, so is the Hotmail replacement (live.com) and Windows Messenger. However, Microsoft has gone further and now enables you to point your own domain to live.com rather than use a live.com or hotmail.com domain name. The point? You can use the live.com services, with your professional domain. It's all free, too.
Windows Live Custom Domains Manager 1.4 is a tool that enables you to manage your domains so you can point your company domain to the live.com servers. Any email that is sent to [email protected] is received via live.com and you can access this through your email client or via the live.com webmail service. With 2GB of free storage, you're not going to run out of space soon.
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