Outlook Vs Thunderbird

  Curacion66 20:09 13 Feb 07

I have just left AOL & want to use either Outlook Express, Outlook or Mozilla Thunderbird. I can't make my mind up. What do other people recommend. Does one have an advantage over the other.

  Stuartli 20:13 13 Feb 07

Outlook is more business orientated than OE or Thunderbird.

  Belatucadrus 20:16 13 Feb 07

Both pretty good, but Thunderbird has the option of tweaking it with assorted extensions like the lightening calender, combine that with its integrated spam filter and spellcheck that isn't dependent on Office being installed and it's a bit more versatile.
Another one you may like to try is Pegasus click here

  Ptolemy 20:24 13 Feb 07

You might find this of interest.

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  GasGasOhlins 08:19 14 Feb 07

I have just changed from OE to Thunderbird...its even smoother to look at!!....spell checker is good too...


  GasGasOhlins 08:28 14 Feb 07

oh...i forgot to ask...what is this lightening calender you speak of??.....if its a normal scheduling claender/diary i sure could use one...


  cocteau48 08:35 14 Feb 07

I changed to T'bird over a year ago and have never once been tempted to go back to to OE. Some of the alternative skins are a nice touch as well.

  wotbus@ 09:38 14 Feb 07

I have used T'Bird for a couple of years and will never change - it's brill.

  cocteau48 10:08 14 Feb 07

click here

  Curacion66 23:16 14 Feb 07

Many thanks. I've installed Thunderbird this evening. All set up & working well. Grwat advice from all. John

  GasGasOhlins 14:40 15 Feb 07

Thanks for that Cocteau48.....downloaded and perfect for me..is this heaven or las vegas?


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