What email client are you using?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by psynotic, Oct 11, 2004.

  1. psynotic

    psynotic [H]Lite

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

    cuemasterfl [H]ardness Supreme

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  3. lomn75

    lomn75 Purple Ace

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    Mozilla Thunderbird
     
  4. djnes

    djnes [H]ard as it Gets

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    I use Outlook 2003 for work and Thunderbird for personal. It would be nice to find a backup extension for Thunderbird that worked as well as Outlook's export to .pst option.
     
  5. almostinsane1

    almostinsane1 Limp Gawd

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  6. Bio Hazord

    Bio Hazord Limp Gawd

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    Mozilla Thunderbird
     
  7. potroast

    potroast Limp Gawd

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    Outlook 2003 at home.
    Lotus Notes at work.
     
  8. jen4950

    jen4950 A Custom Title

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    Yahoo! - works great- have all of my real accounts going to the paid Yahoo! account; don't have to worry about backups, can access it from anywhere. It's fast, always up and won't even think about letting a malicious anything near the terminal/computer I am using.
     
  9. dave_graham

    dave_graham n00b

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    Thunderbird, Outlook 2k3, and various iterations of webmail.

    cheers,

    dave
     
  10. BillLeeLee

    BillLeeLee [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Squirrelmail webmail.
     
  11. XOR != OR

    XOR != OR [H]ardForum Junkie

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  12. M11

    M11 Does Not Follow Instructions.

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    Mozilla Thunderbird, specifically Moox's Thunderbird M3 Optimized Build. It runs better and can take advantage of SSE2 support, as well as optimized code scheduling for high-end CPUs. It runs faster with a smaller memory footprint. I encourage all Thunderbird enthusiasts to try it. I've had positive experiences so far.
     
  13. arkamw

    arkamw [H]ard|Gawd

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    OE baby!! It'll work w/ my hotmail 'til next April... then I might have to find something else.

    Cheers.
     
  14. Minishark

    Minishark Limp Gawd

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  15. Lethal

    Lethal ViragoAdmin Emeritus Staff Member

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    Thunderbird.

    Some accounts are web-only, I don't want to be downloading any spam from them. I keep my ISP addy and certain others pretty private.
     
  16. gwai lo

    gwai lo [H]ard|Gawd

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    uhm.....firefox? :p
     
  17. tim_m

    tim_m i'm so nice

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    outlook xp, i want to upgrade to office 2k3, i've heard good things about outlook 2003
     
  18. deansfurniture5

    deansfurniture5 [H]Lite

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    Using GMail, but I used to use Thunderbird.
     
  19. Chris626

    Chris626 Ima Da Friggin' Pope!

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    Gmail & Mozilla Thunderbird for my ISP accounts.
     
  20. HighwayAssassins

    HighwayAssassins [H]ardness Supreme

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    i was quite fond of Outlook 2003 till i got gmail...now i email strictly on the web
     
  21. theDot

    theDot 2[H]4U

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    GMail and thunderbird.
     
  22. DocFaustus

    DocFaustus 2[H]4U

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    Thunderbird at home.

    Outlook2003 at work (no choice in the matter).
     
  23. Astra

    Astra Limp Gawd

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    Outlook Express for 8 years.
     
  24. burningrave101

    burningrave101 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Recently i've just been using Gmail and Gmail Notifier for my e-mail needs.
     
  25. mosin

    mosin [H]ardForum Junkie

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  26. notoriousformula

    notoriousformula [H]ard|Gawd

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  27. idontknow

    idontknow n00b

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    Gmail and Gmail Notifier also. Work great.
     
  28. Astra

    Astra Limp Gawd

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    They enabled forwarding feature recently.
     
  29. TwoHardCore

    TwoHardCore [H]Lite

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    I'll be the first oddball. I use Opera.

    THC
     
  30. mosin

    mosin [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Check again. You are the second oddball. :D
     
  31. Koslov

    Koslov [H]ard|Gawd

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    The Bat! Professional
    You can't beat this
     
  32. Impulse

    Impulse [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Got Gmail and Yahoo accounts configured for use w/Outlook 2k3. I still check the Gmail account thru the browser occasionally since it only receives mostly personal e-mail so I don't have to deal with spam much or do anything very complicated. I log into the Yahoo account sometimes merely to mark up some messages as spam hoping Yahoo prevents me from having to filter them in Outlook at all.
     
  33. chronic9

    chronic9 [H]ardness Supreme

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    outlook 2003 @ home.
    mail2web @ school
     
  34. Cheetoz

    Cheetoz [H]ard|Gawd

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    Thunderbird for everything.
     
  35. sandman78

    sandman78 Gawd

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    Outlook 2003 and GMail.
     
  36. The Bryophyte

    The Bryophyte Gawd

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    I use outlook 2k3 at home and work most of the time. I completely forget to do things that aren't in some kind of calendar.

    When I'm not at home or the office, I use the flashmail program that came on my visiontek usb drive. It's great to get email through a program that runs completely from the drive, but I get too much spam through it to switch over.
     
  37. vinnie

    vinnie [H]ard|Gawd

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    OE in windows, Thunderbird in lOoNiX.
     
  38. brom42

    brom42 2[H]4U

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    Outlook 2K3 at home 'cause I run Exchange on my e-mail server and Thunderbird at work where I access all my account through IMAP.

    At home I have to access exchange, POP3, HTTP, and IMAP accounts. Is there anything else that can handle all of these besides Outlook? PM me with any suggestions.
     
  39. KoolDrew

    KoolDrew [H]ard|Gawd

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    I just check my mail through my browser
     
  40. jaffy

    jaffy [H] Custodian

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    moox Thunderbird.