Monday, July 25, 2005


Ink enable Outlook Express.

If microsoft wants to really make a hit with the student market, they will ink enable Outlook Express. Think of it: a student is in CompUSA, looking at Tablet pcs. Salesmen comes by. The tablet is hosted up to the internet and he inks an email to him right there. Not only does he see the great interaction from inking an email, he also has something waiting for him back at the dorm.

I bet most students are using Outlook Express for email. - built in inking communication right off the bat.- no extra money required. Students love that!

I don't know too many students who use outlook express.

Out of the people I know, people use a web client, like or they use full-blown outlook.

It's more or less considered savvy to forward your mail.
I agree that ink-enabling OE is a good idea. However, my experience as a college instructor has taught me two things: 1) most of my non-tech savvy students (if they even think about it, some don't) forward their university email addresses to yahoo, MSN, AOL, Cox, etc. because they've used those services since they've been 8 years old (scary, huh?!), and many universities do a very poor job implementing their email systems and GUIs; 2) Those that are a bit more tech-savvy are using Mozilla Thunderbird or the MS Outlook. Now, if Thunderbird were ink-enabled...
I kinda agree with above. Those who don't know much about e-mail use the web services because they don't have to set them up other than type their name, and those who do understand it use the full blown versions.

But ink in everything is the ultimate solution, so I like the idea though!
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I choused it over other because it can work with both MS Outlook and Outlook Express

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