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What email client is best?


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Hi, Which email client is good? I've been using Thunderbird on the PC to retrieve Gmail, and few pop accounts.
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anyone>?
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You are going to finid that tastes varies here.

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You can look at this thread about best e-mail programms.

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lol i don't know but I am just a fan of regular mac mail, pluss there ar widgets that can tell you if you have mail with out you opening the program, I like it, most other people probably use other things though.

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Hi, Which email client is good? I've been using Thunderbird on the PC to retrieve Gmail, and few pop accounts.
If you liked the pc version of Thunderbird, give the os x version for the Mac a look. I have been using it for quite a while now and I like it quite well, it has given me no problems and does everything with no problems on my system.

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If you liked the pc version of Thunderbird, give the os x version for the Mac a look. I have been using it for quite a while now and I like it quite well, it has given me no problems and does everything with no problems on my system.
If I'm using Mozilla for my browser and mail client now could I copy the saved e-mail folders over from my PC and still be able to use them once I switch to my Mac?
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Hi, I've been using Mail for the past 2 days and it seems like the right email client to use =)
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I've tried a few but none are as quick and easy as mail so thats my choice.
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If I'm using Mozilla for my browser and mail client now could I copy the saved e-mail folders over from my PC and still be able to use them once I switch to my Mac?
Check to see if Mozilla has an 'export e-mail messages' feature that'll let you copy the mails into a file that mozilla on the mac can reimport.

Otherwise you could just try mailing them all to yourself and then opening all the new mails on your mac
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Apple's Mail is best imo. This coming from an ex-heavy windows user [Outlook Express, MS Outlook]
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