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Posted by urlee (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 13, 11 at 16:59

Has anybody tried this for a mail account?

I clicked on the faqs but it won't link to that.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pegasus

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RE: Pegasus

I've tried it a couple of times. I didn't like it. Just personal taste, nothing wrong with it that I know of. I do like Thunderbird and get my hotmail, gmail and comcast mail with it. Many people don't care for Thunderbird. You just have to try them and see.

RE: Pegasus

Thanks bob.
I heard of one that is called Hush Mail that looks like it may be a good one.
I sure miss Outlook Express!

RE: Pegasus


Have you tried Thunderbird? I use it as I just wanted to try something new rather than OE. I configured my household Hotmail account, and my forum Hotmail account to it. It works just fine. I also added the calendar add-on.

I also want to admit I am not a huge e-mail user/aficionado. I just use it for basic communications. Call me old fashion, but I still use the telephone.


RE: Pegasus

I've used Pegasus off and on since around 1992. It's pretty solid, but it has some quirks compared to other email clients. One thing I like about it is that it uses its own HTML rendering instead of relying on IE as so many other email clients do. As a result, it's not vulnerable to problems with IE. It also has a small user base so it's less likely to get targeted for attack.

RE: Pegasus


Have you tried Thunderbird?
No I haven't. Would have to look it up to see what it is like first.

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