Thunderbird 1.5

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Mike66

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Hi all. I use firefox 1.5 with various tabs open on start up as default. I use these tbs to open various email addresses & have unlimited internet access.

I have been looking at Thunderbird for a while but was wondering what would the point be of using this as I have no time limits to download my emails & read offline. Can anyone point out what else I can use this for apart from having all my emails in one place.This sounds convenient but as I have all the tabs open at start up I feel like I am missing something.

I am about to have a website built for my wifes business & wanted to know if there would be any benefits using Thunderbird instead of the way I have it. I have Gmail (personal account) & Yahoo as a contact point for the business at the moment. I will have company email addresses connected to the domain name when we are up & running but someone mentioned I should use "Squirrell" or something. Would this be similar to Thunderbird?

As you can tell, I am not in anyway in the same league as you "Pro's" on here & was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction that would help with the launch & maintenence of any emails I will deal with regarding my current accounts & the ones that I will receive with the website. Where would these company related emails go? Would there be a dedicated place to pick these up & could I have another tab open like I have for my others or is this where Thunderbird comes into its own(stupid question but you lot are the ones to ask!!!)

I wanted to stay away from IE & outlook express as prefer Firefox.
Thanks

Mike
 
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