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

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2010/10/10 James McKenzie <[email protected]>:
>  On 10/9/10 7:38 PM, JD wrote:
>>    On 10/09/2010 07:24 PM, James McKenzie wrote:
>> 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?

GMail is fabulous! It sorts all messages in chains that's very
convenient for lists like this one. I have a bunch of filters in my
account that sorts messages from different lists, label them, and
place into different folders. I use message forwarding from 6
different mail accounts to this one and can send messages from any of
it using gmail web interface (I'm not sure whether it's possible to do
such thing from stand-alone mail clients like thunderbird). The only
thing I hate is its check for viruses in attachments. This thing is
really annoying me especially because there's no way to turn it off!

> James McKenzie

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