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Old 12-06-2004, 08:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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to those who are thinking about shouting at me telling to go and google - I tried but all I found was a bunch of different companies saying that their stuff is the best, I wan't to hear what actual people think...
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hmm, i use Outlook Express

others that I've used and found it nice is Mozilla Thunderbird.
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PocoMail www.pocomail.com
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I'll try Thunderbird first, thanks
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I got an old version of Thunderbird, it really sucks.
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I got the newest version, and it has all the features, the absence of which drove me away from Microsoft Outlook
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pocomail and increadimail are the best i think. Iv tried them all
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Why do you think that they are the best?
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