Ah, yeah, that's true. I should have mentioned that. :)
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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:
The only disadvantage is
that in Seamonkey Email you have to configure manually imap,
smtp and ports for the accounts,.
¡Atención! Usted está recibiendo un
correo electrónico de una persona ciega. Por favor,
si envía imágenes o gráficos, descríbalos al pie del
mismo. ¡La inclusión la hacemos entre todos!
Seamonkey does work pretty well with NVDA and for those who
like to have their browser/email stuffed into the same
package, it's pretty nice. For the most part, all of the
plugins that you are used to using on firefox will work too,
minus just a few that are updated in such a way as to make
them only work inside the firefox specific way of doing
things. Either way, it's definitely worth grabbing it and
seeing what ya think.
On 11/14/2016 7:47 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Seamonkey and Firefox share a lot of common cyber-DNA
(going all the way back to Netscape) and are both under the
Mozilla Foundation. I see no reason why it wouldn't work
perfectly well under Windows 10. I do not know how
accessible it is, though, unless the scripts for Firefox
work for it or there were ones written specifically for
I used Seamonkey for many years before I decided I didn't
need or want anything other than a web browser, at which
point I started using Firefox.
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