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Authored by: balthisar on Jun 09, '06 06:42:17PM

SquirrelMail is my mail of choice. I have my own domain and email with a virtually limitless amount of space. Of course if I could pay Apple for a domain name with ssh and php abilities, then I'd prefer the .Mac email interface, but, well, I don't use my .Mac mail, so I don't use the .Mac mail interface. My ISP offers Horde, SquirrelMail, and some other thing as webmail access, and SquirrelMail works for my needs.

Oh, work? Outlook. Can't live without it, but that's professional volumes of mail for professional use. If I have to process as much mail at home, I'd use Entourage, or even better, I'd figure out how to elimate the mail -- it's personal life for God's sake; just pick up the fsck'ing telephone!

--Jim (me)

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Authored by: dzurn on Jun 30, '06 09:08:54AM

My ISP provides webmail via Squirrelmail, and it's a mixed bag for me. I use for daily use, but sometimes (whenever away from home) I have to use it on the web.

I'm not sure which version my ISP is running, they are notorious for running old junk versions forever.

Some real frustrations: the non-updating of the folder list means if I throw something into the trash, I have to refresh that pane to get the "Empty Trash" link. Feh.

And since I get and delete a lot of spam, I frequently get pages upon pages of inbox mail. Sometimes the inbox doesn't update itself after a delete, so I get the same listing after refreshing! I have to go back to the inbox to force it to redraw.

Not your problem I'm sure, but I started venting and there we go. :)


Madness takes its toll.
Please have exact change.

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