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What E-mail Client?

What e-mail client do you use?  

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  1. 1. What e-mail client do you use?

    • Outlook
      26
    • Outlook Express
      9
    • Mutt
      1
    • Eudora
      5
    • The Bat!
      0
    • PM Mail 2000
      1
    • Calypso
      0
    • Thunderbird
      32
    • Courier
      0
    • Pine
      0
    • PocoMail
      0
    • KMail
      1
    • evolution
      4
    • x-mail
      0


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I use Thunderbird only because Outlook does not work with my main email address and has problems with it. This is an email server that is not hosted by TCH, just so you know.

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I use Thunderbird only because Outlook does not work with my main email address and has problems with it. This is an email server that is not hosted by TCH, just so you know.

 

I have installed Thunderbird twice now, but don't seem to know how to set it up.

I wish there was a good tutorial. I need list distribution and multi-email download capability.

 

Currently I am on Pegasus because my coach is. I like the feel of Thunderbird, but the path to getting setup is not clear to me.

 

Thanks,

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I'm a Thunderbird convert. Been using it about a year now.

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Bill, I've used Eudora for years. I've had problems a few times but nothing like LookOut.

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I've been using Thunderbird ever since I made the switch to Linux, but I like Outlook better.

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I've been using Thunderbird ever since its first release.

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Bill, I use Microsoft Outlook 2003.

 

For funciton right, it is necessary configure "My server of exit (SMTP) it requires autentication"

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I've been using Thunderbird ever since I made the switch to Linux, but I like Outlook better.

 

If you like outlook better than thunderbird, you may want to try Evolution... it's more like Outlook than Thunderbird (even includes Exchange plugins if you are forced to use Exchange).

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Once used Eudora, but switched to Entourage when I finally abandoned AppleWorks and moved to MS Office for the Mac.

 

Entourage is packaged with Office for the Mac.

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I've been using Thunderbird for about 8 or 9 months now. I like the look of it, and also like how configurable it is. The only thing that I really used Outlook for was the calendar, but I've just d/l Sunbird and am going to give that a go.

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At home I use Thunderbird, in the office I use Outlook (I love the way I can group my mails by country-company-person) and on the road I use webmail (which is missing in the poll).

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Mutt ;-)

 

Who wants to waste time clicking menus, and I can't ssh into outlook ;-)

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Access all my email on that computer, but from any computer I am at. I know I can leave it on the POP3 etc... but it's just easier to use one set of filters, have one inbox, and keep the POP3 pretty empty ;-) I know lots of people that do this with PINE, and remote into the box.

 

As for something graphical, Thunderbird is OKish.

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I've switched to Thunderbird in the last month or so. Love how it handles IMAP.

 

However, I do miss being able to synchronize my PocketPC contacts and calendar with Outlook. I also used MailFrontier Desktop as my spam filter on Outlook. The filter built in to Thunderbird is not nearly as reliable, nor can I find one that works well with IMAP.

 

Nevertheless, I really really am liking Thunderbird.

 

Norm

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You forgot Gmail :flex:. It's not a client but I send all my mail from my TCH accounts to Gmail - 2 gigs plus of storage and awesome ability to search for anything I'm looking for without having to hunt through folders... it makes a great archive.

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I use good old Outlook Express. I like Thunderbird but as this is a shared computer and my girlfriend prefers OE I'll use it. I have used pretty much every client out there. I like the bats templates for replies etc. I loved Thunderbird but it offers me nothing (apart from better security) that OE does not as my spam filtering is done by a third party app (Spamihilator).

 

I notice you have forgotten to put Opera and Mozilla in your list nor an option for Other

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Outlook at work (because I have to), Squirrel Mail for my TCH site and Gmail otherwise.

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You forgot Gmail :).  It's not a client but I send all my mail from my TCH accounts to Gmail - 2 gigs plus of storage and awesome ability to search for anything I'm looking for without having to hunt through folders... it makes a great archive.

 

I do the same as Jim. Then also forward those to one AOL email addy.

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Evolution under linux, eudora and/or mozilla mail under windows, but under windows I moved almost all my mail on gmail (used, obviously, under mozilla :))... :clapping:

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Started out with Pine, moved to Kmail, and now onto Thunderbird.

Used a little bit of Eudora and Pegasus in the middle, neither stuck

out as great packages to me. I'm required to use Outlook at work.

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I use Incredimail. It's actually quite a nice program. OE and Outlook suck for me. I like a program that I can close but will still check the e-mails and IM does that for me, and has a wonderful program for designing stationary/letters for it.

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Thunderbird :P Haven't really used much else I think.

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