Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1999/07/30

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Subject: [Leica] Mail Clients: Was Message Filtering
From: "Bud Cook" <>
Date: Fri, 30 Jul 1999 11:36:42 -0500

Since you need a browser anyway and since both Microsoft and Netscape
provide state-of-the-art client software for free, why would you not use it?
Have you used Communicator or Outlook Express?
- ----- Original Message -----
From: Roger Beamon <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, July 30, 1999 10:46 AM
Subject: [Leica] OT, was: Re: message filtering

> Periodically, I suggest that those of you using Netscape and other
> non-dedicated email clients consider using a client that does email
> and nothing more.
> Two, with which I am familiar, that are without charge (and for
> those of you in Rio Linda, that means FREE!) are Pegasus and
> Eudora Lite. Eudora Pro is a version with even more features,
> though not all that much more, and is available for a reasonable
> charge.
> I have used them both and highly recommend them. They have
> all manner of filtering available that will literally knock your socks
> off. Further refinements to Eudora Lite are available, for purchase,
> in Eudora Pro. Both will run rings around the "all things to all
> people" types.
> I personally prefer Pegasus. It is considerably more frugal in its
> use of system resources, particularly hard disk memory
> requirements. The feature set is easily comparable to and quite
> possibly more rich than, even, Eudora Pro, but the learning curve
> may be a bit more steep and lengthy.
> Websites are out there for you to download these programs. A
> good search engine will reveal them. Failing that, email me
> privately and I'll pass along the website addresses.
> See for yourselves.
> --
> Roger
>    Thought for the day:
>         Success in politics often requires
>         rising above your principles.