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Email Client Software

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#1 tuanton


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 09:38 PM

I have been using Incredimail for some years now but just uninstalled it after long and frustrating periods of crashes and re-setting account.


Many years ago I used WikMail on one of my email accounts but discarded it when I discontinued the email account address.  I used noticed on one of the many software download sites that Wikmail was still available for download, though not updated I suspect for years. After trying a few download links I managed to download a copy and was surprised how well it still works.  Had it in for a few weeks now, its got many config options and lots of 'bells and whistles'.

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#2 cafejose


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 10:20 PM



Nice being informed about another email client program.  Another good alternative is Thunderbird, mostly because setup is easy.  Still learning to use requires effort to learn, but I found good success in trying Thunderbird (Mozilla Thunderbird).

#3 jwoods301


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Posted 20 June 2017 - 12:20 AM

Depends on your needs.


If you use multiple devices for email, an online solution such as Gmail and Outlook.com might work for you.


For our laptops, we have used Thunderbird for years, as well the two above, with no issues.

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