Just installed Thunderbird on this laptop. My first impression is that
this is very nice, a much needed refinement of OE. What I liked best at first
is that you just provide your email address and password and then it looks up
the POP3 etc. setup information in a database.
I have a couple of unused Dell towers at home, and I'm going to set one up
as a WinXP machine. That will let me use all of my design and writing software
without having to deal with the Win7 denials.
>Chris, I have disconnected my Win 7 Dell from the internet. For the
>whole time I used it, I used Thunderbird, which I am also using on
>> The power supply in my Win98/SE desktop machine failed
>>yesterday, and it's not worth the $40 to buy a new one. For some
>>time now I haven't used it much except to download emails that I
>>want to same. My WinXP laptops have Outlook Express 6, but the Win7
>>machines have nothing at all. For some reason, Microsoft did not
>>include an email client with the distribution of Win7, and Office
>>2000 doesn't seem to have one either.
>> So, before I take the plunge and download/install Microsoft
>>Live Mail, I thought I'd ask to see what others are using as an email
>>client for Win7/10.
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