Need Desktop email client recommendations


  1. Posts : 132
    Win 10 Pro x64 Ver 20H2
       #1

    Need Desktop email client recommendations


    I need a new desktop email client for Windows 10 (22H2)-- fast!

    For years I've been using Thunderbird, because (1) it has a very compact interface, (2) can handle multiple mail accounts, (3) makes it very easy to file mails in nested folders, and (4) makes it easy to filter mails, color-code them, and move them automatically to folders (including trash and junk). These features are all important to me.

    My main mails have been on my own domain, hosted by GoDaddy. But GoDaddy has switched from POP and IMAP to Exchange Server, and Thunderbird has problems with that. It can only work with Exchange via an extra-cost add-on (Owl)--reasonably priced, but its "30-day trial" expired after two hours so I can't really judge it---AND the Owl/Thunderbird combo can only handle one e-mail address, or so GoDaddy tells me.

    Any nominations?
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  2. br4
    Posts : 54
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Version 22H2 Build 19045.4046
       #2

    SeaMonkey might provide what you're looking for. It's a browser/email combination (browser very similar to Firefox, email very similar to Thunderbird), but has it's plusses and minuses.
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  3. 3nd
    Posts : 859
    Zorin Lite
       #3

    Ive tried quite a few email clients
    at the end I'm just sticking with the built in windows mail/calendar app
    trial and error i suppose ,till you find what suits your needs
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  4. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Pro
       #4

    You should still be able to use IMAP. The other Microsoft fluff crap is non-email related. Unless you need that...

    How to Configure Thunderbird for Office 365 Using IMAP (Oauth2) | University IT
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