Re: Broken mail readers (was Re: Properly wiping a hard drive ?)

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  On 10/9/10 7:38 PM, JD wrote:
>    On 10/09/2010 07:24 PM, James McKenzie wrote:
>>     On 10/9/10 10:07 AM, mike cloaked wrote:
>>> On Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 6:04 PM, Patrick O'Callaghan
>>> <[email protected]>    wrote:
>>>> On Sun, 2010-10-10 at 01:25 +1030, Tim wrote:
>>>>> I see this quite a lot.  There's a few clients around that are just
>>>>> plain broken, and shouldn't be used with mailing lists.
>>>> +1
>>>>
>>>> IMHO the most egregious offender is Yahoo Mail. Friends don't let
>>>> friends use this POS on mailing lists.
>>>>
>>>> poc
>>> This discussion is moving somewhat off topic!
>> Mike:
>>
>> Should we start another thread talking about broken mail readers?
>>
>> I am one of the GUILTY parties and I explained that the problem in my
>> case is a hosed-up mail reader provided by Earthlink.  BTW, this is NOT
>> the first mailing list to complain about this problem with my mail reader.
>>
>> Guess it is time to 'ping' Earthlink again.
>>
>> James McKenzie
>>
> Hi James,
> Does earthlink allow you to use your own mail client
> like thunderbird, or some other gui client?
It does, but I cannot connect my work mail system to Earthlink and 
sometimes I see something that I feel needs to be responded to right away.

> I know yahoo does not allow that on free accounts;
> i.e. they do not provide pop or imap server for your
> free account.
> But google does. So, why not get a free google account
> and use thunderbird for reading and sending email?
I have been considering getting a GMail account for some time now.  Does 
their web client provide for proper threading of messages?

> Spare yourself the stress of fighting a battle with earthlink.
I've had an Earthlink account for a LONG time and don't want to mess 
with moving stuff to it.  However, if it fixes the problems and does not 
become a spam magnet (you should see the jump in spam over the last few 
weeks) then I may consider moving some of my mail to them.  I'll have to 
check if my employer is blocking them as well.

James McKenzie

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