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All data remains accessible on the Internet and already downloaded data in the client.Microsoft recommends furthermore that users switch to the Mail application instead which it launched with Windows 8.Users who This is basically the only option for those still running Windows 7 (other than upgrading to Windows 8/10.)Microsoft also plans to offer affected users another option. Really the benefit was being able to sync contacts and calendar Reply Andrew May 10, 2016 at 6:50 am # Too bad you can't back-up your email via the mail app. Only selected fields are exported, so make sure to select everything you might want later.
You'll get notified when the export is done.Close the remaining open dialogs and continue to the Import Contacts section.Export Contacts from Windows Live Mail for Windows XPSelect the Contacts button in If you need technical assistance, contact our community support in the Mail on Windows 8.1 community forum or Mail on Windows 10 community forum. It works on Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10.