Re: O E classic again
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No me neither likewise live mail and other more recent clients. What I find bad for me is having all the accounts in one long tree which can make it muddly and hard to figure out which folders are tied to which accounts for sorting and if you hide some then you tend to lose messages when you forgot you hid them and have rules sending email there which you forgot you had!toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
This is why using the bodged up Outlook express is what I'm doing.
Outlook is like using a swiss army knife as screwdriver. it has far too much in it.
20 Euro is not a great amount for three installs on different machines.
It of course still has the bugs OE always had like the preview pane can crash it through nvda, but who wants that preview pane in any case.
It also seems to be handling the secure connections fine as well. Yesterday I had to reinstall it due to it losing the ability to remember passwords, but I took the opportunity to get archived many old emails and tweak some rules while I was at it, It kept the accounts OK though so I'm not complaining. It forced me to do some housekeeping.
The one problem it seems to share with other old clients is that if Windows 10 decides to make a whole new build like the anniversary one it trashes it, so its best to back up all messages when you get wind of an impending mega update from Microsoft.
I had a look at the weird client in 10, but its a tonka toy really.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] O E classic again
Not everyone likes thunderbird. Used it don't like it.