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I found they'd only load with the Windows Live Sign in assistant installed. I removed it with Soluto as it was adding 40 seconds to boot time and then found all my hotmail was non-functional. Take a look around and see if it's on your system or perhaps there but disabled from starting?
I am using a trial, but Hotmail folders do not load at all. Any advice? Cheers
I found while the skin of Inbox2 looked quite nice, the actual interface wasn't as useful as PostBox Express, and also the RAM usage was always at least 60MB, with some pretty high CPU usage at times (going up to 50%). An Email program really shouldn't be doing that.
Inbox2 is absolutely useless for my needs unfortunately, if you delete something from there for example, it doesn't instantly push to Gmail's server, or indeed push to their server at all anyway that I could see...
So for example I can delete something from Windows Live Mail, and check eM client and see it dissapear just a couple of seconds later. No such luck in Inbox2... it seems to download all of the messages as if it was like POP only