Re: seamonkey and windows 10
Ah, yeah, that's true. I should have mentioned that. :)toggle quoted message Show quoted text
I'll also add that it's necessary to authorize yourself twice, if you're using google's two-step verification. The first is when you first get the domain/ports configured and set up the account and the second is the first time you send an outgoing mail. So basically it makes you verify yourself for both incoming and outgoing, whereas thunderbird does this for you in one go when you first set it up.
On 11/15/2016 12:15 PM, Salva wrote: