Best email client?

Discussion in 'polls' started by Paul Wilders, Mar 22, 2002.

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  1. eBBox

    eBBox Registered Member

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    Windows Live Mail here :) (Otherwise Outlook 07)
     
  2. MikeNAS

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    Sylpheed, POP Peeper or Popcorn. Hard to decide :D
     
  3. acr1965

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    Outlook 2007. Before that I used Outlook 2003, Thunderbird, Incredimail and many others. I liked TB but it is a ways from being Outlook, esp. Outlook 2007. I would not mind trying Pocomail sometime just to see what all it offers. Besides Outlook for some private email I just as soon use yahoo (yes, I realize yahoo is not an email client).
     
  4. Eagle Creek

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    Well I'm doubting.. I've switched from Outlook (which I used for years!) to Thunderbird because of the poor IMAP support at these days.
    Now I'm using Thunderbird for almost a year now and I like it. I know Windows Mail (Vista) has decent IMAP support and I'm almost sure Outlook 2007 has also.. I'm not sure if I want to stay with Thunderbird or switch back.

    Thunderbird is a nice little app. but Outlook is more grown-up. You can "feel" it when you use the programs.
     
  5. chrisretusn

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    Pretty old thread resurected here. :)

    Over the years I have used many an email client. The one that works for me is PocoMail. It manages all of my accounts without problems and mets my needs as an email client.

    PocoMail is one reason I still keep windows around.
     
  6. Dark Shadow

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    I like thunderbird works very well for me.
     
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