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NetScape 6.2.1

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by RonB21, Jan 17, 2002.

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  1. RonB21

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    I have tried to get Netscape to work with WebMail but have been unable to. I have read several articles about it but still getting Login Failed. Have IM installed on Netscape.
     
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    Considering that to change the pop3 server in NS 6 you have to recreate the whole account I suggest avoiding using NS 6 as email client at all costs. I am still recommending NS 4.7 to those who want to use netscape to users of the ISP I work for.

    Khaje
     
  5. Cherokee

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    I agree wholeheartedly with khaje. Netscape 6 mail is definitely not ready for prime time. This has been discussed repeatedly in the Netscape 6 Newsgroups.

    Some people have no problems, others are plagued with multiple problems and wind up losing their Mail.

    Best possible scenario, if you want to experiment with 6.2.1, download the Stand Alone version (no mail) here:
    http://sillydog.org/narchive/sd701.html

    Keep your 4.7x for Mail!

    Cherokee :D
     
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