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pezflash
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Standalone Outlook is still the most powerful if you ask me. Thunderbird is great freeware but if your looking for some serious email management I would go with Outlook.

Have been using Outlook deeply for years, moved to Thunderbird 2 years ago. Not sure which features you point out, but i think TB goes far away on all its functionalities. Is a great product, freeware or not.

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gbs
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You would love Thunderbird as I do :) . Outlook is classic, but Thunderbird is fresh :D

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sam311
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I changed from Thunderbird to TrulyMail a couple of years ago and really like that TrulyMail bundles in all the functionality I used to need to use add-ins for. I’m very happy.

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Jakartanese
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Maybe this one is not desktop email client, does anybody here already try Alto, new web-based email client from AOL? I’m so curious to try that but haven’t got reply for invitation yet. :)

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TylerQuinn
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I think it’s safe to say any mail product from AOL is going to suck.

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TNL3542
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I think it’s safe to say any mail product from AOL is going to suck.

aol mail sucks all together

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AndrVlad
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About 15 years with Outlook and still love it :-)

Best regards Andrey

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tvdathemes
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I use Sparrow. I think this is the best client.

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