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Does MSTAG work with Vista..

Posted on 2007-11-20
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I installed MSTSAG Status2 ...this is an email program that lets you know when sent emails are opened and in what time...after working fine for a day ...my computer became unstable...something was running using up resources in the background...MSTAG has lousy support...could it have been this causing my problems ..is it Vista compatible and is there a better system out there..?
Thanks Deek
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From the MSGTAG web page:
"Which operating systems does MSGTAG run on?
MSGTAG runs on Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. "

So, no, it is not compatible with Vista.  And they didn't have any information regarding when/if they plan on making it Vista compatible.

Here is the link to their Support FAQ page where they state what OSs it will run on:
http://www.msgtag.com/support/faq/#operatingsys
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