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Where on desktop is email for email client?

Question: Where on desktop is email for email client?

Specifically if using the portable form of Opera Mail, the mail client available from portableapps.com.
 
I tried looking at many articles from internet searches but found nothing telling where to find the folder holding the email messages for the email client.  My copy of portable Opera Mail is on a usb flash drive.  I have tried looking through the folders for the application but still do not know how to recognize any email messages.  

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Answer: Where on desktop is email for email client?

 
portableapps.com.

You do understand that downloading apps like this from most 3rd party sites poses all sorts of security risks, Remember this, That software while it was made by WhoEver has now been modified by somebody, How was it modified, Who did it, What else did they put in it? I may be wrong here however I also think may be against most software developers TOS to use modified software like this.
 
 
FYI only.
While Opera is free some sites and some people have used " the making of a app portable" on paid for software to bypass  having to pay for the software. I used to do just that a long time ago. I now know and understand why it is bad.
 
Eg.
Making XXXXbytes premium into a portable application. While creating the portable you use a genuine key or "other" methods to activate Then compile it as portable with the activation in place, Now anybody with XXXXbytes portable has a free premium copy instead. That's software piracy. And Theft.

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Hi:Everyone Please i need some help. I cant use an email client like Outlook,Thunderbird,claws etc.I was using Thunderbird for years but all of a sudden it quiet allowing me to send out emails i can only receive.I have tried all three of the clients i just listed.I have a network log i will try to send.Please Help.Thanks I am running Windows XP Please Help Thanks John :confused * Account '[email protected]@IMAP.charter.net': Connecting to IMAP4 server: IMAP.charter.net:143...
[14:14:56] IMAP4< * OK IMAP4 server (InterMail vM.8.01.05.09 201-2260-151-124-20120717) ready Sun, 18 Nov 2012 14:12:13 -0500 (EST)
* IMAP connection is un-authenticated
[14:14:56] IMAP4> 1 CAPABILITY
[14:14:56] IMAP4< * CAPABILITY IMAP4rev1 UIDPLUS NAMESPACE QUOTA
[14:14:56] IMAP4< 1 OK CAPABILITY completed
[14:14:56] IMAP4> Logging [email protected] to IMAP.charter.net using LOGIN
[14:14:56] IMAP4< LOGIN completed
[14:14:56] IMAP4< Login to IMAP.charter.net successful
[14:14:56] IMAP4> 3 LIST "" ""
[14:14:56] IMAP4< * LIST (\Noselect) "/" ""
[14:14:56] IMAP4< 3 OK LIST completed
[14:14:56] IMAP4> 4 STATUS Sent (MESSAGES UIDNEXT UIDVALIDITY UNSEEN)
[14:14:56] IMAP4< * STATUS {4}
[14:14:56] IMAP4< Sent (MESSAGES 4 UNSEEN 0 UIDNEXT 1004 UIDVALIDITY 1351091132)
[14:14:56] IMAP4< 4 OK STATUS completed
[14:14:56] IMAP4> 5 SELECT Sent
[14:14:56] IMAP4< * 4 EXISTS
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Is it possible to set my online Comcast email client as my default email client in Vista? If so, any explanation on how this is done would be appreciated.
I just spent a few minutes online with a rep. from Comcast who couldn't answer the question.
Thank you.
 

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Hi everyone....

I currently have Windows XP home and have been using Outlook Express.
I will be buying a new system with Windows 7 and Microsoft Office.

I understand that Win 7 does not have Outlook Express. Which desktop email client that is similar to Outlook Express would you suggest to use?

Also, how would I transfer my existing email messages. folders, and address book from Outlook Expresss to the new desktop email client?

thank you

Joe

Answer:Email desktop client

Microsoft offeres Live Mail but see my post from earlier today.

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I have used a number of clients over the years from Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail to Outlook 2013.

I am wondering what you guys use as your main client.

Answer:Which email desktop client do you use and why?

I just use my browser to read my email, GMAIL.
I do like Thumderbird and I really should test it out in Win10TP.
I've also used Eudora in the past and it was very good. IMO.

Jeff

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Hey all.

I've used Thunderbird in the past for my home computer, and I use Microsoft Outlook at work.

I want to manage 3-4x e-mail addresses at home, but here's the thing... I'd prefer it NOT download and store all my e-mails locally. I just installed two new hard drives and was looking in AppData for things to move to the updated computer, and noticed that Thunderbird had about 8gb of files hanging around.

I know that you can delete e-mails in Thunderbird and 'compact' it and it will delete them then, but I don't tend to delete e-mails, and I have thousands.

Is there a client that just organizes things for you but otherwise doesn't take up space on your desktop? I know this would have to be IMAP instead of POP3, but Thunderbird supports IMAP and still does this.

It's possible I just have the settings wrong, however. I've heard good things about EM Client & Inky, but I don't know enough about it to judge.
 

Answer:Best Desktop Email Client?

Webmail (Gmail), add POP accounts?
 

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I have used a number of clients over the years from Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail to Outlook 2013.

I am wondering what you guys use as your main client.

Answer:Which email desktop client do you use and why?

I just use my browser to read my email, GMAIL.
I do like Thumderbird and I really should test it out in Win10TP.
I've also used Eudora in the past and it was very good. IMO.

Jeff

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Currently using Win Live Mail 2013 on desktop, but very buggy.

Have tried Mail app in Win 10 but not as comprehensive as WinLiveMail

Any suggestions for alternative stand alone desktop email client?

Answer:Best alternative desktop email client

I have been using eMClient for a couple of years now. It works well for me
http://www.emclient.com/

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I use Outlook for my main email but I also have an gmail account as well as a hotmail (outlook). I would like a free email client that I can install on my computer so I can have a desktop email client for my gmail and hotmail accounts so I don't have to access it via web mail. Is there a free email client that works with windows 10?

Answer:Is there a free email client for desktop use

I like FossaMail

Its opensource, it supports email encryption and is free as in free beer, it also available in 64-bit
Its also compatible with Thunderbird, sadly Thunderbird is only 32-bit.

However having just visited Fossamails site page, they are discontinuing development So I would have to say Thunderbird ? Software made to make email easier. ? Mozilla

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Hello i want a lightweight desktop email client, to push my emails as my computer is up and running. Any good free ones, that are easy to set up with my yahoo account? possibly even my school email account, which is i believe running paired with Microsoft exchange.

Answer:Trusty easy to set desktop email client.

To access Yahoo mail via an Email client I do believe you need to pay for yahoo mail plus.
Yahoo! Mail

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Hello, I always use web-based email via the browser at home. I do not use an email client(well in the office we have Outlook). I'd like to use Thunderbird at home with a Gmail account that can be used by the kids. Now I am using Avira IS 2012 and would like to make it scan emails through it's mailguard component. I have seen Thunderbird work with Avast IS on my brother's pc but I see that for it to scan all emails the SSL/TSL should be deactivated. I was asking the tech guys at the office about email clients, digital certificates etc and they only remarked "google it"...wow... So I came here....Now my questiosn are: a. Is it safe to disable SSL/TSL in an email client? In the office we have that(with Norton Enterprise) and I see an indicator at the bottom of the email message that it was scanned by Norton. b. Can there be an application that can allow me to have SSL/TSL at the same time have Avira scan my emails...? I searched google and found out that in Avira it also has to be disabled to let it scan all emails. c. SSL/TSL is encryption right..? Does not using encryption in email okay..? I mean at home. In the office it's important but at home...opinions please..d. What ports for POP3 IMAP SMTP should I allow Thunderbird to use In the firewall( I use Comodo). If Thunderbird wants connections via other ports other than the default ones...should I allow it or not..?e. Can an email client be run inside a sandbox? Is it sane enough or crazy..? Just... Read more

Answer:Thunderbrid email client, Comodo Email Certificates, Avira IS 2012 questions

I would highly recommend that you keep TLS/SSL enabled this makes sure that your password and user credentials are not sent in the clear.

if the AV needs to have this disabled then its not a good AV..

The ports are on the setup page for Gmail: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Using_Gmail_with_Thunderbird_and_Mozilla_Suite

Digital Certs are expensive to create and use, and only vital for businesses and not home users.

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My email client, desktop program PostBox (for Win) has been slowed since I installed BD TS2016 (I'm quite sure this is the reason as it was very fast before, and slowed immediately after...)

I also run WebRoot AV (which does not scan email as per their documentation) and HitmanAlertPro (which could also be affecting my email client, but I uninstalled it to test this somewhat small chance given its just an anti-exploit, and it doesn't seem to have affected it, the client is still slow).

1. I would LIKE BD to scan my email as of course having AV w/o scanning email could in many ways be pointless given email can be a deadly vector for heavy malware.

2. But I don't want my client to be slow. It's not horrible, and I suppose I could tolerate it (basically deleting messages, loading new messages, and the program responsiveness overall, is a bit sluggish compared with its normal instantaneous response)

3. Is there a way to configure email scanning differently? Or should the program NOT be slowing my client noticeably in general, and is this behavior indicative of something being wrong?

I'm sure BD users will be able to comment on whether it slows their email or not given they use a desktop client like Outlook, Postbox, Thunderbird, etc.

Thanks!
 

Answer:BitDefender Email Scanning Mechanism? Performance Issues w/ email Client

In the past I used BD TS exclusively with OutLook as my e-mail client and had no such issues, have you tried, or open to try switching clients to see if it's something about Postbox that BD TS disagrees with ?
do let us know what you discover either way.
Thanks for sharing
PeAcE
 

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I use T-Bird (v 31.7.0) On 2 occasions now, I have sent emails, with Attachments, to a friend in the UK, who is running HOTMAIL.On each occasion the Attachment is OK, but the message I sent with ti increases it?s Font size, line by line, until it is unreadable. Two 3 or 4 characters per line??and sections of the email are repeated. 4 or 5 lines, then back to the top.They are blaming me for a Virus?..but I am thinking the problem is their end, with a stuck key, or similar. Any ideas ?

Answer:thunderbird email change font size in hotmail email client

I don't know what is causing this but pretty sure "what it isn't".1. It is not the usual behaviour of a virus.2. It is not a stuck key their end. Keys don't come into the equation for received emails.Try sending an attachment to yourself and some other contact who will co-operate. That way you should be able to narrow down which end is responisible for the problem.Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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Hello, I currently use Google as my email provider. I have three addresses that I would like to monitor on three devices. iPhone, iPad and a desktop mail client. I currently use Thunderbird, but I am not overly pleased with it, any other recommendations?

So, what I want is if I read, move, or delete an email on one device it is matched on all other devices.

Thanks in advance for your help.
 

Answer:iPhone, iPad, Desktop Client Email Setup

I currently use Thunderbird, but I am not overly pleased with it, any other recommendations? Click to expand...

What OS? Anything in particular about Thunderbird that displeases you?

So, what I want is if I read, move, or delete an email on one device it is matched on all other devices.Click to expand...

Make sure you use IMAP (not POP) or gmail's web mail access.
 

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Hello
Everytime Im at a web site and it says send so and so an email...when I click the link I get a message that reads.."No email client installed " or something like that! I dont want windows live because I have to sign up another email account! I have yahoo and thats all I want! I dont need more than one email offices!...I just want something that will do the job and that job I described above only....thanks..outward express is close but it wont work on my yahoo account cause I have not upgrade.
 

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Re: Is there a simple email client without all the extras like opening a new email ac

Hi

Sadly nothing is easy I'm afraid when using Yahoo webmail unless you have the paid account, Live Mail and Gmail are the better free email accounts, but try the below.....

You can use your Yahoo email address with the Windows Live Email Client, or try Thunderbird as its free too.

BUT note that to setup POP3 account with an email client application you may need a Yahoo Plus account which is a paid for account over the free email account. But you can try Ypops! to set the free email up with POP3 access. Thunderbird + Ypops instructions HERE
 

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Here is the problem: I have my email client (PocoMail) set as my default email client. It shows up as default client in the "Default Program section" in IE7.
When I click on a email link, whether it's in another program or on a website, my email client doesn't open the compose window with the address entered BUT IE7 starts and opens about 80 windows which need to be killed with Task Manager. By the way, this has nothing to do with PocoMail because it also happens when Thunderbird is set as default.

I am stumped. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Mentallo

Answer:Opening Email Client Via Email Link Problem

Has this been resolved?

you could try the following : START RUN type : regsrvr32 urlmon

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Hidy ho all,

I wanted to set up an email client that acted a bit like my phone handles email. Downloads the new ones, lets me choose what to do with them (read them, delete them, mark them as special or something) but then simply uploads the instructions to the server without actually deleting them from the server. Is there an email client that does this?
 

Answer:Email client that doesn't download email?

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My Email client, MSN Premium (not Hotmail) will not open to write an email when clicking on any website's button labeled "send us an email". Instead this action causes several instances (up to 5) of IE6 to invoke and then the Op Sys (WinME) hangs until I use Ctrl-Alt-Del to end the erroneously opened IE tasks. I thought maybe it was that MSN mail was not my default email client so I used the proceedure to make MSN mail my default instead of OE6 but each time I returned to the options to see if it had changed it still says my default client is OE. Interestingly, if I envoke the MSN explorer and go to my MSN email inbox I can send and receive my email perfectly. This machine has been up and running since last October. I do not know if the problem has always existed or started more recently since I don't often click on "send us email" buttons.
I have three other machines similarly set up and none of them exhibit this problem.
WinMe, MSN Premium, and MSN messenger 6 all are up to date and current.
McAfee AV is on and up to date.
CounterSpy and Spybot are up to date and actively running.
Firefox 1.0.2 is my default browser
 

Answer:Solved: Clicking "send us an email" hangs system and will not open my email client.

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Hello everyone

i want ask about email client. i have email address for customer service company in my office. Email address is [email protected]. Thats email address used several computer around 20 computer..

Currently i'm using POP3 and for mail client i'm using Ms. Outlook. But everyday so many email recieve.. until 40Gb pst file, and make computer too very slow.

I Already to try use IMAP, but any computer not receive email in mailbox.. please help

Thanks before everyone...
 

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I use thunderbird to connect to my ARMY AKO email account. I noticed the majority of the time, the client has difficulty completing sending email. (Though some gets through without timing out.) IF I go directly to the website and use their email I have no problems at all. What could be causing this? I'd rather use my client email program than to have to go the email site. Bear in mind this only happens sometimes, more frequently than I'd like, and I am also overseas.
 

Answer:email client / online client difference

not familiar with thunderbird, but have you checked the usual settings against those listed at your army email service?
-POP3/SMPT/etc settings and addresses
-secure login/passwords
-firewall(s), ports etc..
 

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I use thunderbird to connect to my ARMY AKO email account. I noticed the majority of the time, the client has difficulty completing sending email. (Though some gets through without timing out.) IF I go directly to the website and use their email I have no problems at all. What could be causing this? I'd rather use my client email program than to have to go the email site. Bear in mind this only happens sometimes, more frequently than I'd like, and I am also overseas.
 

Answer:email client / online client difference

not familiar with thunderbird, but have you checked the usual settings against those listed at your army email service?
-POP3/SMPT/etc settings and addresses
-secure login/passwords
-firewall(s), ports etc..
 

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I have a situation where someone has 2 email addresses. One of them is now redundant and I have deleted it from the People section. However, when I am set to make a new email to that person and type the first letter of their name, in the pop up window (that you can click on) their old email address still appears.
How do I delete this from that list? Can find no way to do so.

Answer:Outlook Email - Deleting Wrong Email Entry when starting new email

In new email, start typing the address you want to remove. When you have enough characters for auto complete to show it (sometimes one letter is enough), use DOWN ARROW key on keyboard to select the address in question and press DEL key.

That's it.

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Question: Email client

Hi

Im looking for a good email client, can anybody recommend a good fast and secure one. ( excluding Thunderbird)

Many thanks

Grandpaj
 

Answer:Email client

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I have been using AOL for years and have finally got fed up as they have been losing 30% of my email over the last month and simply will not admit it is their fault. I have set up my own domain with oneandone who also provide me with 3 POP3 mailboxes and an outgoing SMTP server. So, I have some nice new addresses and some mailboxes which leaves two decisions: which ISP to use to get on line and which Mail Client to use to send and receive email.I have plenty of time to decide on which ISP to use as I am still using AOL to log on. However, the question of which Mail Client to use to access my POP3 Mailboxes is urgent. I have played about a bit with Outlook Express over the years so using that would be the easiest. However, I am worried that most viruses, worms etc seem to be written to work with OE so would I be best to avoid it?I am wondering about Outlook, but is it not also vulnerable to viruses etc? Is it not also fairly big and clunky given that I only want email, not any sort of time management. (I am retired) On the other hand, I shall be using several email addresses to keep my mail in order so perhaps Outlook would be a good choice?I am wondering to about Eudora and Pegasus. As I know nothing about these, any comments would be most helpful.With thanks in advance.

Answer:Which is the best Email Client?

This is a good choice if you want to add a bit of panache, or perhaps themes to your emails as I find most emails boring.Depending on your sense of humour you can certainly liven someones day up, and as far as bugs, worms, etc I am not aware of any but of course you have to be using decent Antivirus, Firewalls etc for protection anyway.

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Question: email client

hello!

I am looking for an email client, that will have filters on the top of each column (subject, sender, etc column) with which you will be able to filter the viewed emails instantly

is there any?

thanks!
 

Answer:email client

Outlook ?
 

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Question: best email client

I wanted to ask: what is the best email client software available? A little time ago I was reading a comparing article of several clients on a magazine and the winner was pocomail.
What I am looking for in an email client is the function of following the conversations by grouping the emails written to a specific person. This characteristic is perfectly funtional in gmail.
What do you guys think?
thanks
 

Answer:best email client

You might take a look at Eudora. It allows you to make a mail box for certain individuals then it filters the mail into that mailbox from that person. I use Eudora for e-mail and I'm really happy with it.
 

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Am using Netscape 7.2 right now. Understand the latest version is over blotted with a clumsy UI (haven't even looked at it yet). When emailing a file from another application, such as Word or Adobe, Netscape opens but the authoring program crashes. So, I am looking for another email client.

Have used Opera Mail from within the browser, Incredimail, ExpressPlus (which integrates with my PIM - Time & Chaos), Courier Mail, etc. What is the best email client that you have used, are you still using it, and how long have you used it?
 

Answer:What's the best email client

I have been using Eudora basically since day one. Back before Al Gore invented the Internet. But I have been thinking about Switching over to Mozilla for everything. (Web Browser, Email, Calendar)
 

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I currently us Outlook Express for my email client. I often times get email with lots of nice images, links and almost looks like a Web site but it's an email. I was told that I would need to use something other than Outlook Express to do this type of email.

2 questions:

1. Any suggestions of email clients that any of you use to do this type of emailing would be appreciated.

2. Can I use more than one email client (of course only one would be set as the default client), such as Outlook Express and some other client - then switch between the two?

Thanks,
Rudy
 

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Question: Best email client?

Hi, I'm looking for a good email client that uses very little RAM and can be minimized to tray. Thunderbird can't be minimized so I'm not too sure on what to choose. It is just that I want to be able to see when I receive messages instantly.

Answer:Best email client?

Wy sure it can

Minimize to system tray (Thunderbird - MozillaZine Knowledge Base)


or

Tool for minimizing Thunderbird to the system tray &bull; mozillaZine Forums

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Question: email client

hi guys i could find the right section to put this thread so here goes, for my email client i use incredimail but i wont to use something else can anyone surgest a diferent email client, i have tried mirosoft outlook but it sux it dosent have the features that i am after and is very plain.i am willing to try anything,so am going to do a google search first but i welcome any ideas.

Answer:email client

Windows Live Mail --> http://explore.live.com/windows-live-mail

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Question: Email Client

Hi all,

i want to hear your opinion, what is the best email client for you and why?

I'm trying to find out what suits me best, i tried Mozzila Thunderbird and Microsoft Outlook 2013 which i'm using right now.

Answer:Email Client

Microsoft Outlook 2013 all the way!! i think its more business driven

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I just upgraded to Win 7. I am really unsure about Window Live Mail. It just seems a little wacky to me in comparison to Outlook express.

So, I am wondering what email client you all use and maybe the top 2 or 3 reason you use it.

Thanks!
 

Answer:Which email client do you use and why?

i dont use one, have used Thunderbird and Outlook and a few others over the years but in the end i always have my browser open and always can open a tab with gmail quicker than i can use a client of any kind, have no need for client features, send, receive, forward and compose, is all i need
 

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Hi,

I have just upgraded my PC to Windows 7 and note that there is no email client. I have installed Windows Live Mail and I hate this programme with a vengenance. My wife refuses to use the PC until I get rid of WLM.

We have a laptop which still has Vista and Windows Mail which we are used to and is excellent. We really do not want two different email programmes so is there a way to install the Vista Windows Mail on my Win 7 PC? We can transfer the necessary files from the laptop if need be.

Step by step instructions would be appreciated.

Axel
 

Answer:Email Client for Win 7

These should help:

http://www.mydigitallife.info/download-windows-mail-from-vista-for-use-in-windows-7/

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/191729-enabling-windows-mail-windows-7-a.html
 

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Question: Win 7 Email Client

I have downloaded and installed win 7 on my laptop, and I need an email client.
I tried windows live mail, but it does not let me connect to an exchange server.

Is there a free/open source alternative to Outlook? I have my only license installed on my main desktop.
 

Answer:Win 7 Email Client

Has to do exchange eh??

What version exchange is it? With 2k3 you can run Outlook 2003 with it for free(or at least with my license I think it said that! too bored to look right now)
 

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I have a few email addresses from different companies that I have had for many years. I had no problem setting them up in Outlook Express, so whatever email address the person had that I gave them (anyone of three different ones), Outlook Express would open all of them.

Now I intend to buy a computer with Windows 7 and they do not use Outlook Express. I would like to keep these different email addresses and have the emails all open in the email client I choose to use.

I assume that Outlook would do this, but I really can afford it right now but will get it if I have to.

Any email program that will pull all these different email address in and open them?

Someone mentioned Windows Live 2011 - I haven't looked into this one, anyone familiar with it?

Free is good
 

Answer:Email client for win 7

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Question: email client

Hello

To change my email client do I click on control panel>default programs>associate a file type>mail to?

My current one is WLM but I don't know what happens when I click "Change program"!

Will I have a choice like Windows Outlook.com?

**The reason I am asking is because if I click on 'set your default programs' as I usually do and highlight a program to set as default, no other mail is there - just WLM. I have Gmail, 2 Live accounts, Comcast account, and WLM all in my WLM desk account. I was hoping to make the Outlook.com application the email client but maybe it cannot be done.
I have not synchronized and do not know if it is necessary to get Outlook.com to appear on the default program page.
Any help appreciated.
Thank you
Peter

Answer:email client

I am not sure if this is the right place for this question or not but I have a new laptop with Windows 8 and there are those panes and one was for Mail. I selected it and it asked me to enter my username and password. I wasn't sure if it would work but I put in my hotmail information and it worked. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be a way to back of out that and there are other people that use this laptop using the same login information. When you select the Mail pane, it automatically goes to my email inbox. Is there a way to reset it so there is no personal info again? I don't really know what I am doing but I do know I don't want a bunch of folks able to read my personal email. I have looked everywhere I know to look.

I would really appreciate any help you can provide.

Jill

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Question: W10 Email Client ?

I've been using the latest Windows 10 Email app "Mail". I have it configured for my outlook email accounts. When a receive an email and it has an attachment ie a Photo, and I save the attachment I've noticed that the downloaded file ends up being " Read Only ". If I download the same attachment from the Outlook Server, it does not have the " Read Only " attribute marked. Also I tried downloading the same attachment via my Thunderbird Client, it also downloads the file, but the " Read only " attribute is NOT set.

Does anybody know how to turn off this feature OFF ?

Any help will be appreciated.
 

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Question: Email client

im not sure wether this should go in here or the linux forum, but ill give it a try here. i am trying to get Mozila Mailer to work, but idont have faintest idea how.
heres some pics for u to help me with,
red indicates where i need help answering,
mail email adress is [email protected]
 

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Question: Email Client

Looking for an email client? Check it out!

http://fox.foxmail.com.cn/english.htm

Jeannie
 

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Question: email client

I have Windows 10 pro and have been using Windows Mail; unfortunately it is erratic syncing and I just lost a valuable folder. It seems ok at times and I like its simplicity because I am at an average tech level.
I have had other issues with it so have discontinued use.
Awkward as it may sound, I use gmail because of my phone but it too has difficult folders.
I have a MS account because I run Windows and it too has fickle folders.
So I use the folders in my ISP Comcast account as it is dependable as far as folders go.
All of my contacts and places like forums and doctors tetc have my MS account as the default.
I have read about email clients and tried a few like Thunderbird, Claws, and another that escapes me.
I need an email client that is fairly easy to use and can accomodate three accounts.
Are you aware of any? I don't have a VM so don't want to try then remove too many.

Answer:email client

OK, this is just my $0.02 worth. If you liked the old M/S Outlook Express you may want to look at OE Classic from here: http://https://www.oeclassic.com/ A member here suggested it to me and I switched. Works great with my gmail without having to go to gmail.

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Question: Email client

Thinking about getting away from using webmail, and getting a webmail client. I use W7 Ult. I am not looking to pay for anything; I understand MS Outlook has a free vers. So, I go to the outlook page, but it's asking me to sign up. That kinda threw me. Sign up - for what? Create an acct? That type of thing worries me, even if it is MS.

Thoughts? Thanks.

Answer:Email client

Ms Outlook has no free versions. Outlook.com (former Hotmail.com and Live.com) is a webmail service by Microsoft. It has nothing to do with Microsoft Outlook email client and personal information manager, part of the Microsoft Office suite. If you want to use Outlook.com webmail, you have to sign up for an Outlook.com account.

You can use Microsoft Office Outlook client to read and send Outlook.com mail but they really have nothing else to do with each other.

Some free email clients:Windows Live Mail (Windows Essentials: Other Programs - Microsoft Windows)
Mozilla Thunderbird (Mozilla Thunderbird)
Pegasus (Pegasus Mail)
Kari

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I saw the above recommended by this publication and decided to try it.It's aim is to have all your eMail address' in one place, nice idea. The site accepted my btinternet address, but not my orange one. Not much point, is there? Also I could not find any help.If PC Advisor is going to recommend a program, shouldn't the test it first?

Answer:gmx.co.uk eMail client.

settings in your orange account and give GMX permission to access it. This is how I got mine to work.

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It seems like this may not be the correct forum, and yet I don't see one that is specifically for this, so hope I don't get in trouble for asking this question here. I use gmail, but I absolutely hate the web interface. I have been using incredimail for years (don't use any of the backgrounds or icons but love the ability to organize folders and set message rules, etc. Can someone recommend a great email client that allows folder organization and is easy to set up? I currently have Windows XP (SP3).
 

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Question: New Email Client?

I have been using Incredimail for a while but would like to know if there is an alternative - (apart from outlook express)Thanks

Answer:New Email Client?

Free - try CalypsoMail click hereorPegasus - pmail.comorFoxmail click herePay - Becky from Rimarts.co.jp - my favourite and the one I used for the last 7 years or so.The Bat click hereThere are lots out there; Incredimail is perhaps the most gimmicky of them. Pegaus is an old one but very good. The Bat has its fans too. Calypso was shareware till a couple of years ago.

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Does anyone know which is a very good email client with sound notification and any other useful features?
i'm currently using IncrediMail Xe(which is free), but im sure there's many other good ones out there. i've been looking for one that's similar to the one they used in the movie EuroTrip. but i haven't had any luck, well if anyone knows of any please email me..
thanx..
 

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Question: best email client?

ok enough with the browser wars

now it's time for the email client wars

what's your favorite?


i put a vote in for microsoft outlook

and mozilla thunderbird.

Answer:best email client?

hope i didn't forget one?

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Just wanna see what other fellow [H] members are using.
To start things up... I use Outlook 2003.
 

Answer:What email client are you using?

Outlook 2003 also.
 

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(sorry if this is a repost, did a bit of searching beforehand though)

I've used Opera's built in email for a long time now, mostly because I enjoy the convenience of clicking the left sidebar and opening my email so easily, but I was wondering what everyone else uses? Perhaps try to coax me into a new client?
 

Answer:What email client do you use?

Most that use IMAP (including myself) are not very happy with Opera's mail client.

They've rewritten the IMAP backend from scratch. It is available in 9.0TP1 and will be available in 9.0 Final when it comes out.

The problem is, the interface is a pop3 interface. Almost all the features are pop3 features. There are a million features missing for IMAP. Opera's mail client destroys the idea of IMAP. I've been on them to fix things. We'll see.

Also, the fact that the folder list is in a panel and the message list is in a separate window makes it a pain for drag n drop. Lots of people have panel placement set to float, which make the mail client a pain to use.

The whole filters deal just doesn't do it for imap. Opera's mail client doesn't even keep things in sync with the server. Also, it can easily wipe out all messages in your imap folder.

Now for pop3, Opera's mail client works fine and is pretty cool.

Also, if you are one to compose mail in HTML format, you can't in Opera. You can't even forward HTML that someone sent to you. Also, Opera itself doesn't support copying and pasting of rich text so if you copy pics, links and text from a web page and paste it, all you get is text.

Also, new in Opera mail, like some other clients, now splits up download messages into separate folders for each day and each message is now stored in a separate file. This is supposed to improve parsing files by doing things separately... Read more

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Question: Email Client

Good day everyone.

I tried many email clients but did not come across the one I liked. I remember years ago there was good one called olxwin used for BBS mail and newsgroups i believe it is no more available that I searched for it but could not catch it.

Can you please name good (if not the best -:)) free one is preferred of course -:).

Thanks.

Answer:Email Client

OffLine Express (OLX) is an old mail reader for Win3.x

Newsman Pro
Ozum
XanaNews

Or you can use your email client or browser.

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I was just curious what the email client of choice is with Win7 since it does not come with one. I am leaning toward Thunderbird. I have to have the ability to have two email addresses. From my understanding if you use Windows Live Mail, you must actually go into the Control Panel and change users. That is alot of trouble. Does anyone know of another email client other than Thunderbird that allows two users like Outlook Express did?

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i would like to know also. having problems with windows live mail.

whos bright idea was it to remove windows mail in the first place, i dont understand what they were thinking.

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I just upgraded my OS from Vista to Windows 7, somehow I didn't upgrade the email client...I remember seeing something about it but it is not there. I just tried to email a company from their website and I got the error that the client is not installed. How do I get that?

I use gmail for my email but since this particular website doesn't have an email submission form, it needs the mail client to open to give me the address. Please help.
 

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I have microsoft word 97 and cannot send an email of a document to someone. It says MAPI failure...unsuspecting error. I really don't know how to make a mail client so that I can send a document. Is microsoft 97 that outdated now. I use windows live mail as my email client on sending documents that need to be sent out. Please help in any way that you can. I've also download openoffice trying to send out a document but that doesn't work either.
 

Answer:Using an email client

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/visio/HA101741691033.aspx
 

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I am trying to delete a note using Thunderbird 1.0 or Outlook Express 6 from my gmail account and have not had success. I can send and receive in both clients and can delete the notes in the local client but can't get the deleted email to syn with the gmail server. The note stays in the InBox on the gmail server. Is this working as designed or am i missing something?
 

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Looking for someone who uses PostBox email client, since there is no support that I can ask, I'm having a problem with filters, I'm hoping I can find someone who can help ?

Answer:PostBox email client

Maybe here.
Postbox Support

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Having just set up a Gmail account, I was thinking of setting up Thunderbird to access it. Then I thought, do I need an email client? I would like to know what others think about the relative merits of email client v Gmail website?

Answer:Email client or website?

If you have a Gmail account then you don't need to use an email client, you can run it entirely via a web browser. This also means that you can have access to your mail from *any* computer. I personally much prefer to use an email client and use IMAP protocol, so that all of my mail is available on any of my computers using, in my case, Windows Live Mail.

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someone i know who has a printer business is using microsoft outlook for his clients emails. anyone know of a good ....email client other then microsoft outlook he could use. something a bit more secure then outlook. i was thinking he could run linux and use mozilla thunderbird for his email client. bad idea or something better he could use?
 

Answer:a good email client.

More secure? In what way? Or is that person just automagically listening to rumors, etc, when making that choice. Thunderbird will do just fine, but it's pretty much a email client only whereas Outlook does so much more, which would seem to be more useful in a business situation. The contact management and scheduling features... all that stuff makes Outlook pretty much the best choice, but, I'm still wondering about that "more secure" thing and where the idea rooted itself.
 

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Any recommendations for an email program for Windows 7? (Haven't seen a topic on this - any links?).Looking through Google, Windows Live Mail has been suggested. I understand also that it would be possible to use Outlook Express, if you have Win 7 Professional and can therefore download the Windows Virtual PC and run the program in Windows XP Mode.Not all of my accounts can be accessed through webmail, without paying further subscription fees, so I am looking for a good alternative.Edit: Moved topic from Windows 7 to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

Answer:A Good Email Client

I personally recommend Thunderbird. It is fast, secure, and has tons of features.Windows Live Mail is nice too but with Microsoft's security history... I stay away from it.

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What email client would you most recommend for a senior who is new to computing and wants to send some basic email? I was figuring she'd probably just use Outlook Express since it's already on the computer and it's integrated with Windows, but although I haven't used it for awhile myself, I think it may be somewhat confusing for a new computer user. I was thinking maybe I could find some kind of theme for Thunderbird, but again, it may be somewhat confusing. I found FamilyMail, but it appears that their website is gone. Any suggestions? Free would be best.

Answer:Best Email Client For Seniors

Have you considered browser based webmail? Or is there a reason you you want a client? Possibly so that emails can be composed off line then sent? Just wondering what all the specific needs are, beyond the preference of free, to help refine the possibilities.

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Which is the best secured ( Low Vulnerability) Email client for windows that i can trust to download mails to my computer using pop/imap/etc. ex: pegasus, becky, thunderbird, etc

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As of the last 2-3 years I've been using Incredimail. This was mainly because of the enhanced GUI system, and most importantly, the active notifier. As long as IM is running, it will display these fancy notifiers ACROSS THE SCREEN to let me know I have an email.

However, after using IM for this long, you start to find very annoying bugs, which have gone unfixed for quite some time. Also, IM doesn't have any sort of date book etc.

Therefore I was wondering if you guys knew of a good email client which will let you know when you get mail. I know outlook and thunderbird are top candidates, but from my knowledge, they do NOT actively tell you that mail has arrived. Or, if they do, it's just a little icon on the task bar. No large visual effect, nor any sounds.

Since I don't get hundreds upon hundreds of messages, graphic/audio notifications are a must, as I don't consistently check my email every 5-10 minutes.

Also, if I'm having relay conversations with someone, it's good to know I can walk away from the pc, and with a glance at the screen or via sound, I can tell if they replied yet.

Sooo, in a nutshell, I'm looking for a good e-mail client that provides graphical/audio e-mail notifications.

Thanks!
 

Answer:Looking for a good email client

Aside from a tray icon, Thunderbird has an audible new email alert, and you can set Thunderbird to check for/download new messages as often as you'd like. I have mine set at every two minutes, but you can go down to one I'm sure.
 

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Is there a way to have Thunderbird running on two networked computers, but share the same folders, addressbook, and other resources. So I could check the 'Sent' folder on computer A and see emails that were sent out on computer B? And if I mark an email as read on computer A it would appear as read on computer B?

Possible or pipedream?
Thanks,
JTN
 

Answer:2 computers, 1 email client

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Hi,

I am in a need of an email client (outlook/thunderbird etc) with specific features,

I have several domain names and email accounts that take ages to administer - but if i use outlook / thunderbird I end up with a mailbox for every account - or the emails seems to not download from servers with the same mail address, and inadvertantly get lost! e.t.c

Like software that would allow me to specify many email account locations and usernames/passwords, let me apply various statuses and groups to them - in more of a central way than outlook will let me:

Visnetic Mailflow:
http://www.deerfield.com/products/visnetic-mailflow/

is similar to what i have in mind, but much larger and feature packed than I need for myself.
I dont mind if the software has to run as a server (i.e. using it as a localhost website).

I'd prefer not to run a mail server as i can't guarantee my computer will be on all the time (dont want to change the MX record but then loose mail when my connection is down). Is there another way to run a server that wont result in lost mail?

Does anyone have any suggestions,
Please ask if you need further response, I know i've waffled quite a bit,

EDIT: I might be getting to the point when a mail server is better - i would still like to be able to read my new emails when im not at home - so when i am at work i can still view any new or existing emails. So either using some web based software i can access through my dynamicDNS IP and have installed at h... Read more

Answer:Email client - Specific Needs

I've settled for using Thunderbird with IMAP for now.
 

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Currently I am using Thunderbird, previously I used WLM. As far as WLM is concerned, I disliked it from the word go. Thunderbird, on the other hand, I liked from the start excepting for the fact that it seems to take forever (by today's computer standards) to load.

My question is: Is there a happy medium? Something like Thunderbird that loads quickly? I did the usual googling and came up with a number of names to programs that promise you the moon and sixpence: each one is the best ever and will never be eclipsed, ya, ya!

So I ask the experts here what opinions they hold of the various email clients. I don't care if it is free or I have to pay for it as long as it works like TB but loads quickly.

Thanks in advance.

Answer:Searching for a new email client

I've been trying Thunderbird as I need a replacement for Outlook 2003, which has had Microsoft support dropped when they dropped Windows XP. I don't see any difference in speed between Outlook 2003 and Thunderbird. They both load equally fast.

I'm using my ISP's "POP" e-mail server. If you are using Yahoo, gmail, etc that may take longer??

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We are looking for an alternative to Outlook Express - something which is good on viruses etc. but that is also fun to use.We also want something which does not hog the processor too.Can anyone recommend anything (must also be free)?Thanks.

Answer:Alternative Email Client

Hi, Incredimail click here IMHO cannot be beaten .... I have the Gold Version.

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Im looking to try out a new email client but im not sure which one to get ?!?I am using the standard Outlook Express in windows XP Pro.But i am hoping that i can get my hands on a clientthat will enable me to check my yahoo, Aol, Msn, Hotmail and various other email addresses i have acumulated over the years.Any help would be very much apprechiated.

Answer:Fancy A New Email Client ?!?

My preference is for Becky! from click here - it costs about US$40. It has a plugin to allow you to get Hotmail quite easily. Using YahooPops you can also get your Yahoo mail. If you want a free one, try Pegasus mail - pmail.com - you can use YahooPops with this one also.How to get AOL mail I do not know; nor MSM.

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Question: email client wars

my only experience with email clients have been at work with outlook. well i'm perpetually broke so free is all i can afford. With that in mind i've been trying to find a email client that not only works great (currently using Thunderbird & Sunbird) but also has a calender function integrated and preferrably hotsync for a pda (You never know). I haven't installed other stuff but was hoping someone here would have experience with some clients. i'm kinda looking at eM Client and Windows Live Mail but i can't test anything out for a couple of days. I can't run any email servers at home, this is strictly end user stuff! Any feed back would be great
 

Answer:email client wars

I don't use any but there might be some Thunderbird extensions that do what you want.

Worth checking out their page.
 

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I've made some changes to my computer lately including reinstalling windows xp and now I cannot send email. I cannot send using Outlook Express, Thunderbird, or Calypso. I can receive ok.

One exception is that I can send emails using my cable connection using smtp.cox-internet.com. All my other accounts use mail.mydomain.com.

Thanks,
Steve M.
 

Answer:Any email client can't send...

I assume you have checked your settings in your e-mail clients? Are you using a software firewall and if so, which one?
 

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ok, so my father has this old pop3 email from his job that he still uses.

he currently uses outlook express 6.0, which in my opinion has become obsolete and out dated.

so i'm looking for the most convenient and straight forward email client out there,
preferably free, and open-source.

so, what is in your experience, the most easy to use (not for tech savvy people) email client???

options : mozilla thunderbird, opera mail, the bat! .....
many thanks.
 

Answer:best email client programes

If it was me I would set him up with a modern Gmail account and have it pull in his POP3 account. But but but, if you must have a standalone app, Thunderbird is very nice. Also, if he is running Vista, Windows Mail isn't half bad for a simple Email app.
 

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I am looking for the best free email client. Have tried gmail, hotmail, and a couple of others even Thunderbird and can't get it to work right.I am thinking about changing from MS Office Pro 7 as I don't like the new ribbon bar, I like the older style better. Anyway to one of the free offices but they don't have an email client.

Answer:looking for a good email client

I have searched for a decent free email client for a few years now, and can't find one that suits my needs. Even paid clients don't seem to match up to my requirements. Some come close, but there's always something that breaks the deal. I currently use PocoMail, but it's no longer in development and wasn't made for anything newer than XP, though it does work fine on Win7. Eventually I will need another client, but have no idea what could replace Poco.

As for the Office 7 ribbon, I didn't like it at first but once I was basically forced to use it, it started to make sense and become easy to use. I now find it comfortable and in many ways better. Have you given it a fair chance?

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Which would you say is better for security and privacy?How long do north-american email providers (e.g. aol, yahoo) keep logs of deleted accounts' emails?Side questions: For how long can Canadian, US, UK websites store Ip-adress of visitors going by the law in those countries?How long do shopping sites like eBay keep logs of user activities?Has there been compiled any lists of good, trustable web proxies? (ignore this question if its illegal)

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I have tried to get Gmail to work with my email client, but it doesnt seem to work. I have tried to use tutorals from Google, and i have tried tutorials from other websites. I have two email clients that i tried to use, one is Opera, and the other one is Tunderbird. Opera and thunderbird seem to work with sending mail, but with Reciving mail, it doesnt work. Thunderbird doesnt show any mail, and Opera shows only one piece of mail that is very very old, one that I have deleted.

So what can i do to fix this problem.

Answer:Gmail and an email client?

With Opera go to your inbox and in the address bar click the 'rss' button and subscribe for feeds on it.

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Hi,

I just got a new computer with windows 10 and set up the email client. I cannot find an option that makes the client actaully download email from the email server (verizon). Is there such an option in Windows 10? If not, is there another mail client available to use?

Thanks

Answer:windows 10 email client

You have to download it from Microsoft. It's called Windows Live mail. Here's the link.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/essentials

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It's early. Here's probably a real stupid question. How can I find out who my email client is? RonT22
 

Answer:Solved: Email client

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Cool app but ti fails to autoimport Thunderbird's mail accounts so to check them for new mails automatically. Also it can be used only for gmail accounts not pop3/imap.

Is there an app that does what iam asking perhaps a thunderbird plugin?
 

Answer:Looking for notifier for email client?

RE: Mail Notifier

I think you're looking at the wrong program for your needs.

Edit: Split from
http://malwaretips.com/Thread-Desktop-mods-Mail-Notifier
This only is a Notifier for Google/Gmail accounts, not an email client.
 

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Having installed Thunderbird in a Win7 machine, I cannot find a way of copying address books over via a USB stick from another XP machine (Outlook Express).
This seems to be a failing with Thunderbird.
What do you recommend as an free e-mail client for Win7 to which one can easily import OE address books?

Answer:Best Win7 Email Client

They key word is "easily". You can export your address book and import into contacts on Windows Live Mail. But not sure about easily. I've done it recently.

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I a considering Outlook and Thunderbird, are there any others that you can recomend?

I currently use 4 email accounts for various reasons. The client must be able to handle all 4.

This most important thing!

I would like this client to be able to use cursive fonts!

Thank you

Answer:Can you recommend an email client?

I would go with Outlook as it can handle multible e-mail accounts (I currently have 3 in my Outlook 2003). I also maintain a club e-mail list and Outlook handles that with ease.

As I have an older MS Office and Outlook, and can't afford the $$ for Office 2010, I recently installed Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird and Eudora. None of these came close to Outlook and dumped them all.

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Live Mail, incredimail thunderbird to name a few.

Answer:Is there an email client that works in/on Win 10?

Have you tried Outlook 2013? Install of Office 365 fails on Windows 10 | Deploy Office 365 | Microsoft Office 365 Community

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I have managed to open a BT Internet account in Windows 8 mail. However I cannot get it to create folders for different emails which I want to file. With Windows Vista I used Windows mail as an email client - this helped to file all emails appropriately. As far as I can make out, if I open Outlook or Windows Live/Hotmail accounts I would end up with a different email address which I do not want. I am extremely confused by the entire process. Can anyone shed light into my darkness ?

Answer:email client in Windows 8

If you're looking for the desktop e-mail client that's the replacement for Vista's Windows Mail (and Outlook Express) then "Windows Live Mail" is what you need and you can find it here. You can also import your old messages and contacts if you wish.

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hi i have 2pcs w7 and 2pcs w8 my email is on an xp pc outlook express as i am upgrading the xp pc to w7 i would like an email client that will run on both w7 w8 thanks Chippy

Answer:email client to suit both w7/8

Windows Live Mail will run in both; I like it but many don't. Another option is Mozilla's Thunderbird which is very popular.

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Using W7 Home Premium 64 with Thunderbird 3.0.3. Have several problems with Thunderbird using multiple IMAP accounts and sent folder problems that do no appear to have a resolution now or in the immediate future.
Both the email client that came with W7 and Thunderbird are overkill with far more options than I need like the personel, work, travel folder options.

Any basic fairly bug free email clients out there that will function with W7 64?

Answer:Need a Simple W7 email client

  
Quote: Originally Posted by UBob


Using W7 Home Premium 64 with Thunderbird 3.0.3. Have several problems with Thunderbird using multiple IMAP accounts and sent folder problems that do no appear to have a resolution now or in the immediate future.
Both the email client that came with W7 and Thunderbird are overkill with far more options than I need like the personel, work, travel folder options.

Any basic fairly bug free email clients out there that will function with W7 64?


I use incredimail which works great for me

I have had my reservations with it due to it's inability to save in normal email formats but never had cause to change in 6 yrs of using it ?

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[RANT]In spite of all the wonderful new features in Windows 7, the decision to exclude an email client has to be the most assenine ever. Because of this, I have gone back to Vista for now. If I wanted a third party email program, I would have done it already. If I wanted to use web based email, I would have switched years ago.

I did try the Windows Mail from Vista hack in seven and even though it let me send and receive emails it was not 100% functional. Besides, I should not have to hack a new OS to get feature that has been included in every version prior to this one.

I purchased four copies of Windows 7, installed on three computers, removed from 2, the remaining computer has office 2007 so seven will stay on it. I just hope this gets fixed in first service pack, if not this could be the end of the road for me and MS. Yes, it is that big of a deal breaker to me.[End RANT]

Answer:MS, I want an email client included in Win 7.

You can download the new Windows Live Mail very easily.

http://download.live.com/

You can choose as many of the essential programs as you desire.

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So I happily installed Windows 7 Pro on my laptop and desktop. I have used GMail for about two years now and its nice, but I'd like to utilize Outlook and Office and GMail doesn't interface well (AT ALL!) with Outlook.

What I'm looking for is a simple, clean, small, but reliable and safe email client to switch to from GMail. I'll still use GMail, probably, and can go back to it if I don't like it anymore.

I'm reluctant to get a Windows Live Mail account (what is the domain name, anyway? @msn, @live, or what?) since I don't want to install redundant (Windows Live Essentials) software on my computers.

What do people recommend? Someone suggested GMX, which seems okay, but if there's something in-house, meaning Microsoft, I think I'd prefer that.

Answer:Hello. Simple email client, plx!

if you go to Windows essentials, they allow you to download just the email. That is what I did.

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How do i install A email client on windows 7

Answer:no email client found

http://www.winportal.com/windows-li...You can use Windows Live Mail. Outlook Express isn't included in Windows 7 like it was in XP.

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This seems to be a hard topic that many of  us cant understand. Espcially if you are a 73 old dummie, like me. I have a older computer with windows 7 on it and I think it might be on its last leg so I am trying to set another used computer I bought with windows 7 on it.  When I try to respond to a ad on Craigs list it says no client email set up.   So here goes, I will try and explain it the best I can.  I did set up a hot mail account, but dont use it. Dont know if windows live has been downloaded to it or not.  When I signed up for a computer service provider years ago, I went with Wal-Mart which provided a disc that automatically downloaded and cost $9.95 a month. (no high speed in my area at that time, had a computer with XPon it)  This worked fine and is very simple and easy for seniors to understand. Finally windows 7  came out and it no longer supported it.  by then high speed internet was available in my area, so I went with it. Provided by Windstream.net  (they set up a email account for it too but I didnt like it) I know that the wmconnect was supported by Netscape and now AOL shows up when I log on to my wmconnect.  I still liked wm connect so    a friend set up Windows 7 so when I log on to my email  it went to my wmconnect.  I have used this for about 5 years and works fine. (wm disc will not work on windows 7 so he had it set up so it went through Internet ex... Read more

Answer:Help on setting client email

Call you ISP and have them help you set this up.

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Hello,

I have been weaning myself away from my Outlook dependency. Especially for tasks, it was not doing what I needed.

Now, I would like to find a new email client. I like the performance that a desktop application has, but I would like to find something a litttle bit more pleasing than Outlook...

For example, when I was beta testing the Office 2010 suite, I was able to send messages to the developers, and when the message was sent, a piece of paper was created with the message, then folded up into an envelope and swished off the screen. I would like an email client that does these types of animations.

Is there anything out there to consider, besides Thunderbird? I also want something that has an easy way to back up the files and store emails in folders.

Thank you for any advice!

Answer:New, fabulous email client?

These are Thunderbird alternatives and similar softwares. Maybe one of them will helps you.
I suggest you to use Thunderbird,its very good.
Thunderbird alternatives and similar software - AlternativeTo.net

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So my desktop running Windows 7 currently has Windows live mail... Its really starting to tick me off... What do you guys think is the best free program. I use outlook on my laptop but trying to get Work to buy another licensee is like pulling teeth...
I was going to try Thunderbird
Any other good options?
 

Answer:Best Free Email Client

I absolutely love Opera's built-in mail client "M2".
 

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Given the limited options, what is the best,trouble free email client to use when having to transfer files from XP using Outlook and/or Outlook Express?

Answer:W7x64 Email client?

You'll get various answers, including my choice, Thunderbird.

However, getting your old email over to any new mail application can be a major pain. There are numerous threads in this forum about what you may have to go through. Enjoy.

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I finally got a new laptop and have used the same disk for OUTLOOK 2000 as in my old computer, but I can't customize (ie color) and also my calendar imported completely messed up. In my old computer (and the same for the new one) I always had mega problems with 'Contacts'. Whenever I click on one, the display name would change so I would change in back, and then if I went to my email list, it would change again so I had to correct it again. Always back and forth. Also, I always have it on 'Detailed Address Cards" but often, for no reason at all some of them would not show the address until I clicked them open. Needless to say, I am getting fed up.

I did check out Thunderbird, but you cannot access a Hotmail or Yahoo account on it and I understand it does not have a calendar or detailed contacts.

So now dear gurus, would you suggest that I upgrade to the latest Outlook, or do you have any suggestions on something else that might be perfect ???!!!!

Mega (a home user)
 

Answer:Whats the best email client?

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I have web based email accounts with hotmail , googlemail, yahoo & tiscali.I am hoping to be able to have all emails delivered to one point.I also want to be able to respond to all emails from that point.I send a lot of attachments (small Mb content - photos / pdf).Can anyone please suggest a suitable email client & I want to especially take care for security ? My existing IE seems to have issues every day of the week ? Thanx to all.

Answer:email client options

Have you tried Windows Live Mail? You can have mulitipul e-mail accounts on it.

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