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How can I "use" a new sound (audio file) to alert me to a new message?  For example, an "opening door" instead of the silly little "ding" that sounds now???  Thanks, Ken
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Go to the Sounds applet in the Control Panel and change the sound associated with the New Mail Notification.

 - Start > Settings > Control Panel
 - Double click on Sounds
 - Scroll down list to New Mail Notification
 - Change sound by using browse button or type in a pathname/filename.
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It's so easy when you are led down the right path !!! Thanks for your prompt and accurate answer !!!

Ken
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