Re: accessible email clients with NVDA


Messy?  Why?  Because you don't like ribbons?  That's your opinion of ribbons, if that is the case and is not a proper factual description of the program.  I don't lose mail in Windows Live Mail except if the program crashes.  I mostly use the old menu version of the program but I do use the new ribbon version when I am on vacation.  That means I haven't used it much but to the extent that I have, something like a total of three weeks, I've only lost messages when the program crashes and because it very seldom does in my case, it seldom loses mail. I've read a little about the program in reviews and I haven't seen this allegation about losing mail elsewhere. 
I have seen the crashing problem discussed that I have discussed before.  Without more efvidence, I will assume that your discussion of losing mail is not a serious problem unless the user has the crashing problem.
And Outlook Express is notorious for losing mail if people save ridiculous numbers of messages in the program, which many people do.

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Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2017 2:39 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] accessible email clients with NVDA

I just don't like Live mail, its too messy and keeps on losing its mail.
 OE is still pretty good. Its probably more secure than one might think in
most circumstances. I'd not run a company with it, and Outlook of course is
only available as part of Office and microsoft cannot leave it alone. Its
far too bloated and tries to do things most just do not need.


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Vogel" <britechguy@...>
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Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2017 6:32 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] accessible email clients with NVDA

On Sat, Jan 21, 2017 at 09:55 am, James AUSTIN wrote:

> I find Thunderbird to be very stable.

As do the millions of other users. It's one of the more popular email
clients out there, and accessible, too.

Outlook, at least up through the 2013 version, is also accessible as is
Windows Live Mail 2012, but official support just terminated for the latter.
WLM 2012 should be just fine for a while for POP and IMAP e-mail access
methods. It will certainly hit the tech press when it begins it's transition
to "a block of security Swiss cheese" that Outlook Express became long ago.

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