AW: [Dshield] Good e-mail client?
g.dodd at falk-ross.de
Tue Mar 9 11:20:42 GMT 2004
reference the comments below I going through this process at the moment and
have just finished testing Thunderbird, and have switched back to Outlook.
Thunderbird looks great and has some good features, but after 4 weeks of use
I had to switch back as there are a number of small problems, missing
features that I need, and the open problem of not providing the correct HELO
response to the mail server. I will keep watching the project and hope that
by version 1.0 they have fixed some of the bugs.
My next test is the Bat as this also looks very good
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> Auftrag von Sean Waddell
> Gesendet: Sonntag, 7. März 2004 01:42
> An: General DShield Discussion List
> Betreff: Re: [Dshield] Good e-mail client?
> Mozilla mail or Thunderbird. Both can be found at mozilla.org. I have
> used Mozilla with great success. It uses Enigmail as a plugin to
> interact with OpenPGP. I haven't used Thunderbird yet, but I understand
> it does the same.
> Pete Cap wrote:
> > Greetings all,
> > I'm doing a fresh reinstall of XP pro on my box at home and am taking
> > the opportunity to install the "right" software from the get-go (e.g.
> > OpenOffice).
> > Can anyone suggest a good free e-mail client with decent security
> > features (e.g. will interact with PGP)?
> > Thanks,
> > Pete
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