[SATLUG] [OT] Testing Eudora
alesmerises at satx.rr.com
Thu Oct 2 22:32:36 CDT 2008
I feel the same way (on that point about a unified program, that is).
I, too, use Firefox & Thunderbird, and have been for a couple of years.
I really haven't had any problems with either that would make me
question using them or make me want to switch to something else. In
fact, I first started using them (& got my wife to, as well) in
preparation for migrating from Window to Linux, and it has made the
transition almost completely seamless. I can't imagine the conversion
of my wife's PC over to Linux being any easier than it was with Firefox
Brad Knowles wrote:
> Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>> You might want to try Seamonkey (aka Mozilla Suite). Personally I
>> like the Seamonkey interface, both mail and web. It uses the same
>> web engine as Firefox, but I like the web interface better. It is
>> able to use most FF plugins.
> I do use both Firefox and Thunderbird, but I explicitly do *not* want
> to try to deal with a "unified" program of the sort represented by
> I much prefer to keep my mail and web programs separate, especially in
> case I need to change one of them for some reason.
> Like pitching everything to do with a GUI-based mail program and going
> back to mutt.
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