Microsoft publishes its end-of-support schedules well in advance. It would be wise to plan for that turnover, to stay both current and safe.
It’s easy to get email providers and email programs mixed up. So the first step in setting this up is to understand which does what.
Remember, the goal is to keep malware off your computer, not to try and manage it once it’s watching you. But there is another security hazard you may not be thinking about.
Unfortunately that then turns you into, yes… a spammer! There are many many problems with this idea. I’ll explain a few.
You have control over what recipients see in the “from” field when they receive email from you. But the “to” field when you’re receiving a message? Not so much.
Macrium Reflect is clearer than Windows 7, it’s easier to understand what it’s doing, and ultimately, I trust it more.