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Thread: Outlook Replacement

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    I have never used outlook as far as i am concerned it is simply the most easy way to get viruses and pass them onto others.

    however i have about 10 different email address and its a pain in the ass checking them all. Most of them are hotmail so its not like i can forward them to one account.

    opinions

    1)should i stick to my beliefs and not use any program?

    2)if i should use one to check them all at the same time, what is the best in regard to spam control and anti virus?
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    Checkout Download.com for different email clients.

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    Mozilla Thunderbird is the best mail client I've used. Not only is it stable with a straight forward UI, it also has the option to use IMAP rather than POP. This basically means that firstly it downloads the message headers so you can read the mail, subsequently, if you trust the sender, you can instruct the client to download the attachment. This is in contrast to outlook (POP) which downloads absolutely everything - virii and all - before you can see who's sent what.

    I'm not exactly sure about it's spam controls - I dont have a problem though - but as you can see it's unlikely you're going to get a virus through this mail client because you're vetting the downloading of the attachments.

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    the bat is supposedly one of the best mail clients... .......

    http://www.thebat.co.uk/

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    Mozilla Thuderbird maybe?

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    what do u lot do? would u stick to checking them all one by one or use one of these? such as thunderbird?
    Shut that cuntís mouth or Iíll come over there and fuckstart her head.

  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    outlook supports IMAP and POP.

    Also, outlook is a good program. You shouldn&#39;t be scared of getting a whole bunch of viruses. Alot of people don&#39;t like it just because it&#39;s a microsoft product, and to them that automatically means bad. It&#39;s a good program, and it&#39;s what I use, but I also have Mozilla Thunderbird, and if you&#39;re still gonna go with the flow and hate outlook then check out Thunderbird.

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    AFAIK, you can&#39;t check Hotmail accounts from Thunderbird.

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    Foxmail is the best and is FREEWARE

    Foxmail is a compact, yet very powerful email program with many useful features and a pleasant interface. It supports POP3 accounts as well as Hotmail accounts and offers support for HTML email, multiple accounts, mailbox encryption and more. Foxmail also comes with a WYSIWIG tool to compose nice looking HTML emails from templates or scratch. The program also offers filter options, allowing you to act upon incoming mail that meets certain criteria - you can delete messages, forward them, auto-respond to them and more based on keywords appearing in the subject, address, text etc. The Express Send feature enables you to send mail directly to the recipient, using the built in SMTP server, thereby bypassing your ISP. Foxmail includes many other features, including a remote mail viewer to manage mail on the server, as well as a small scroll ticker that displays message subjects as they arrive in your inbox.. It is probably one of the most capable email programs you can find and an excellent alternative to Outlook Express (can import Outlook messages).


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