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Alternate free email clients

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by zydecomon, Jan 24, 2004.

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  1. zydecomon

    zydecomon Thread Starter

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    Hey, can anyone recommend a good reliable free email client for Win2000?

    I currently have Outlook Express which is having severe issues at the moment. I can't send or recieve. Already checked with ISP and all settings are correct, but still no luck. The ISP helpdesk suggested reinstalling which I did, but no luck. He suggested that it may have to do with my Linksys router. Went on Linksys's site and found articles related to my problem, but none of the suggestions fixed my problem. Anyone have any ideas about my Express isssues?
     
  2. jbcalg

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    if there's issues with your router/ISP set up, a different email client won't solve anything

    le'ts not reinvent the wheel, a litle more info always helps

    ISP - cable, dsl?

    OS - XP, 2000, etc?
    edit: oops, ok it's win2000, sorry

    does it work when you connect directly (ie bypass the router)?
    which linksys router (model, etc)?
    what type of problems were the linksys help articles talking about?
    was it working before?
    what changed (software, hardware etc) when it stopped working?
    what error messages come up when you try to send or receive?
    internet browsing work ok?
     
  3. Katzy

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    "Mozilla Thunderbird"

    and "MailWarrior".

    If you use "Opera" as your browser, it has a good built-in e-mail client.
     
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