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    Member madhatR's Avatar
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    whats a good email program

    i normally used outlook express .. but was looking for something new ?
    what do u guys use ?

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    Member Albaholic's Avatar
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    I second thunderbird

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    Member madhatR's Avatar
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    thanks ill give it a shot .. im done using IE and outlook

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    i use PocoMail
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    thunder bird here

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    Another user of the tbird here, although I think there must be a better option for me. :| I've just never really liked the feel of it, and miss having loads of little options like I used to have with The Bat.

    If you feel like spending a little $ then try The Bat! out. It is a really nice program with loads of neat features.

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    Thunderbird for me. Have the Tiger Mail theme installed for what is IMO a very nice clean mail program.
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    Is Thunder bird a professional email program; meaning do you have to pay to use it?
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    It's source even

    from the makers of Mozilla and Firefox

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    Either incredimail or thunderbird.

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    Member madhatR's Avatar
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    i switched over to thunderbird and really like it .. good bye to IE and outlook express

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    I like Thunderbirds Spam filter, athough its a bit aggressive sometimes.
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    yeah. I know my opinion doesn't matter anymore, but I use thunderbird as well. Great thing is the love for linux <3

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    Thunderbird gets my vote, I use it filtering spam through spamassassin
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    Tbird here as well but I have noticed that if you put in very many filters for emails, it doesnt always follow the rules.

    I am going to have to blow away all my current rules and redo them to see if something is conflicting before I open a bug ticket or anything.
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    Haha, seriously though - it's a lot more secure than Outlook / Outlook Express, supports PLUGINS for added functionality, supports pop3 and/or IMAP, has a great interface for multiple mail accounts...

    I will use thunderbird until the sun goes cold or they stop developing it.

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