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Hello everyone, I have a friend who has just purchased her first Mac Computer, when she was in windows she used to use an Email program called incredimail which had a fancy ui with lots of themes and nice features, is there a Mac OS X Email client similar to incredimail.

Any help on this would be of great help.

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Nothing quite like Incredimail but you might want to take a look at the latest version of Thunderbird from Mozilla. It's very nice, has add ons, and also supports a news reader. And I do believe there are some add on themes for it.

Thunderbird is free.
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Thanks, will checkout Thunderbird
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GMail (via the web browser) appears to have many of the same features in terms of theming and such.
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