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Posted 30 November 2008 - 16:04
I went through the bother of signing up for this account just to throw in my 2 cents worth on the windows live mail program. Upon installation, the thing went online and retreived EVERYBODYS EMAIL THAT HAS AN ACCOUNT ON THIS COMPUTER! Even though to read their email on their hotmail account it is password protected on line, this program went right by that and downloaded all their email and put it on the desktop for me to read. Now if I were nosey, that would be fine, but HOW WRONG IS THAT!.
You cannot password protect this program either...their lame excuse to cover up their flub is "it's best to password protect your account anyway". An after seeing what this program did, I can't see what difference it makes if you create separate accounts for everyone on the computer anyway...like I said...I downloaded it and it retreived everyones email on the computer! If one of the other users downloads it, are they going to get all MY email also? And if, say for instance, you turn your computer over to someone to work on for whatever reason, are you telling me the can simply hook up to the internet, install this program, read everything in your whole familys emails, then just uninstall the program without a trace or sign that he was in there? This program should have been named:
WINDOWS LIVE SECURITY BREACH MAIL
And the selling point should have been "why keep all your email to yourself...share it with the world"
Posted 30 November 2008 - 16:20
I'm trying to get Windows Live Mail to prompt me to type in a password to View program or any messages.
With the new Windows Live Mail desktop application, when you run it, it will pop up a box to sign in to Windows Live, if you press cancel, it will still take you to your mail and allow you to view my messages. I know I can uncheck 'Remember my password' in Accounts>Properties, but that only stops it from sending/recieving new messages only, I can still view old messages.
Is there a way to prevent WLMail from loading without prompt for a password first?
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