Re: russian e mails?
Date: Sun, 12 Dec 2004 14:11:26 +1100
> I personally like the Thunderbird 1.0 mail client, but almost any other
> client would be better to use. One may constrain or loosen controls
> fairly dynamically with the Thunderbird client. I won't promise
> perfection, but "seems" to work well for me.
I too use Thunderbird. I haven't used Outlook or Outlook Express for
quite some time now.
I was even using Forte Agent 2.0 for newsgroups but have since moved
everything to Mozilla Thunderbird for all e-mail, newsgroup and CSS reading.
SamuŽl ML Lison
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