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Which E-mail Client do you use?

Which E-mail Client do you use?  

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  1. 1. Which E-mail Client do you use?

    • Evolution Mail
      13
    • Thunderbird
      29
    • KMail
      22
    • Mozilla Mail
      2
    • Mulberry
      0
    • Gnumail.app
      0
    • Balsa
      0
    • M2
      2
    • Other
      8


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I use .... firefox!

I'm a a gmail user so really I could use any browser, Firefox just happens to be my browser of choice, in large part because I can use it both in windows and Linux.

 

If I were to use pop3, I'd probably use KMail, just because I'm a KDE user.

 

I fact, I would like to fetch my gmail mail into a linux mailbox nightly using a cron job, so that I can read it offline using a client like KMail.

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I have used a few. Evolution was my first choice when I was using Redhat, but when I started to use mozilla in windows, I switched to mozilla email. When I seriously got into Linux (mandrake) I switched to kmail for 2 seconds before thinking it was junk and switching back to mozilla. Now I use Thunderbird because it didn't make sense to use firefox and mozilla mail. The thing I don't like about evolution is their spam filters. I continually try to make it work (use evolution at work) but nada. Thunderbird however is doing good with catching much of the spam.

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I have very good experience with Evolution's spam filters. My gripe is that it is slow and a resource hog, but I have a large contact list and emails that aren't easy to transfer to another program.

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I would like to use evolution but cannot figure out how to import my address book.

some will accept csv files.

I now use thunderbird but lately it seems to shut down while deleting mail.

a window from Netscape seems to pop up asking for a problem report and I have

filled them out but who knows when it will have any effect on the problem.

 

anyone know how to convert the address book to get it into Evolution?

 

Larry.

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HJT, to vote you need a certain amount of posts (I think it was 10, but I forgot).

 

Anyway, I use Thunderbird because it's multiplatform, so I can check my email no matter what platform I use. Heck, there is even a stand-alone USB version so that I can check my email whenever there is a Windows computer :)

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I use Firefox for:

 

Yahoo! - main account;

Hotmail - for spam/in case that...;

Gmail - experimental :alien:

 

I'm using many PCs at home/work/other coutries, so it is reasonable to have web mail.

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Thunderbird because the voices in my head tell me to use it if not they'll hurt me,,, LOL .. It alot simplier and spam blocker rocks.

:lol2::lol2:

Edited by Shadowchaser

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Ex Evolution user, then switched to Sylpheed/Sylpheed-claws. When Thunderbird came out, I tried and used it for a little while. I hated how complex it was to set up...and I am an experienced Linux user. Now back on Sylpheed-claws. Spam filters are not important to me...that is what Popfile is for.

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