- Windows mail with NVDA usable?
Re: Windows mail with NVDA usable?
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, I use windows mail on here with my gmail account. It’s not a problem. I do from time to time check mail on the gmail site so it’s not kept on the server. I tried installing thunderbird on my system and I could not put gmail on it.
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May 19, 2022 2:41 AMTo: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject:
Re: [nvda] Windows mail with NVDA usable?
What problems are you having? If you are referring to the Mail app, for use with Windows 10 and 11, it is usable, but I think it is a bad idea to use it and I would strongly recommend Thunderbird instead.
I tried using it with GMail and, though deleting messages in the app means they no longer show in the app, they are still left on the server. Over time, you would have an enormous number of messages left in GMail, I believe still in the inbox. Wherever they are, they are just taking up space.
Since I only tried the program with GMail, I don't know what might happen with other servers but I wouldn't want to take the chance.
If you still want to try the app, let us know what problems you are having and we can discuss them. For example, f9 is the command to download messages.
On 5/19/2022 3:24 AM, Daniel Sommerfeld wrote:
I have tried Windows mail with NVDA and it seems to me, that it is not usable.
Is it really not usable or is that a microsoft app thing. Means, do i have to download it from a different source to get an accessible version?
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