Firefox mail what can I use

  prince midas 13:54 01 Jan 2010
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I have always used outlook express for my mail or windows mail on Vista.
But now I am thinking of ditching Internet explore.
What mail can I get on Firefox and is it easy to configure,

  Technotiger 13:52 01 Jan 2010

You could use click here as I and all my friends do, not to everybody's taste, but we all love it.

  Heston 13:53 01 Jan 2010

Thunderbird.

  Technotiger 13:54 01 Jan 2010

My Crystal Ball working overtime again LoL ...


My PC clock time is now 1531pm at time of writing this the PCA time is about 4 minutes ahead!

  Woolwell 14:00 01 Jan 2010

You can still use Windows Mail on Vista and have Firefox as your browser. Do you mean that you want a button to click to access your e-mail program?

  Woolwell 14:06 01 Jan 2010

Firefox is a browser as is IE and the e-mail program is not dependent on it unless you are using web-mail.
On my laptop I use Firefox and Windows Mail. On my desktop I use mainly Firefox, often IE8 and use Outlook for my e-mail.

  Technotiger 14:08 01 Jan 2010

I have been using Incredimail almost from the day it was first introduced, never had any security problems from within Firefox my main browser, nor from within IE which I also use.

  prince midas 14:08 01 Jan 2010

I would like to have an email program that is secure,suitable for Firefox.

  prince midas 14:14 01 Jan 2010

I notice that on this question my question now comes up last with the latest reply on the top.How do I revert to as before my question on top?

  prince midas 14:16 01 Jan 2010

For some reason a few of you have answered my original question posted at 14.08 with replies timed from 13.52 before I even wrote the question.Strange.

  Woolwell 14:22 01 Jan 2010

It's the PCA's servers playing up. It has been happening for a few weeks where replies are out of sequence.

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