Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
If you have X forwarding enabled, you could run Thunderbird on your
home machine, and have the display on the university machine. You
do need an X server running on the university machine. If you are
running Windows, there are some Java X servers you can run, ether
in a web browser, or as a Windows program. I remember running
across a couple that included SSH to connect to the remote machine.
Sorry to barge in Mikkel, but you know me, I do these things... :)
When you ran across the Java one (the web browser version intrigues me),
did you remember/note down a link/name?
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