Pegasus Mail is probably one of the most feature-rich mail clients available, and above all very safe. Developer David Harris released it in 1990 as one of the first e-mail programs in the market, first in a DOS version (you can still download it), and in many Windows versions. Versions are available for all 32-bit Windows (Windows 98, NT4, 2000, 2003, XP and Vista) and more recently also for Windows 7 and even 64-bits. Security, security, security: Pegasus Mail protects you from even the worst HTML-borne virus and trojans, and protects your privacy by intercepting web bugs. Pegasus Mail is immune to *all* the exploits that affect the "other" mailer - browse your mail with genuine confidence. Pegasus Mail's built-in Spamhalter Bayesian filter learns from the spam you receive and automatically files it in your junk folder. Pegasus Mail detects phishing mail.
It is a very complete program with many options that other programs don't have. Once you're used to the interface you going to love it. It is certainly my favorite. It also runs from USB stick.
Thunderbird is the email client from Mozilla, the makers of
Firefox. It is developed by Mozilla Corporation and hundreds of
volunteers. Thunderbird is based on the Gecko rendering engine Just
as the web browser Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird aims to be a fast,
functional and powerful program. The program is a fully featured, secure and very functional email client and RSS feed reader. It lets you handle mail efficiently and with style, and Mozilla Thunderbird filters away junk mail too. There are lots of add-ons available for Thunderbird that enable you to extend and customize your email experience. There are versions of Thunderbird for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. There is also a Portable Thunderbird use on your USB stick. there are regular new releases
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Eudora OSEis the e-mail client from Qualcomm. The first versions had to be paid or they had a banner, but Eudora's
battle with Microsoft Outlook was lost. Today the
program and based on Thunderbird and free. It certainly has advantages, above others. You can retrieve emailheaders and decide if you want te retrieve or delete the messages.
Eudora has a loyal usergroup and you could try it as an alternative mailprogram is you don't want Outlook.
There is also a version for the Apple Mac. Developers are working on version 8 also likely for Linux
available. In addition to all the standard email features, Eudora OSE includes Bayesian spam filtering, message tagging, mailbox filtering, email redirection, context sensitive reference lookup, indexed email searching, and more.
Sylpheed is a lightweight email client you could use on a USB stick. With Sylpheed you always have your own e-mail program and all your email available wherever there is Internet access . You can create multiple accounts and you can read your messages in discussion form. It is a program that you lets you manage your email in an orderly manner. For those who
want there is an extensive range of options.
Personally, I prefer using an email client that also can display HTML and
Sylpheed that cannot. For those who donít need that Syplpheen is an excellent program.
IncrediMail is a free email program similar to
Outlook (Express). What makes it different from others is you can add backgound, emoticons and all kinds of things to your email. Personally I don't, but some people like it.
There are already hundreds of thousands of people who use Incredimail. From the
website: "Your email message will never be boring and your recipients will be amazed. "
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