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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeF421 View Post
    I use Thunderbird. Like it. It does everything I need it to.
    BINGO!
    In conjunction with iPhone email as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbjbob View Post
    In other words: someone sends you and email to "busymomma@yourdomain.com" and it forwards to your google account.
    You login to the google account and reply. Does your recipient see the email as from "yourdomain.com" or the google account?
    Can't learn if you don't ask Gmail lets you set up 5 other emails and then I can send replies as that email as well. Once you set up your domain email, then go to "settings" in gmail. Click on the "Accounts and Import". You can then set up your domain emails in the "Send Emails As" section. I also have the POP3 set up for certain accounts, it's in that same accounts and import section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busymomma View Post
    Can't learn if you don't ask Gmail lets you set up 5 other emails and then I can send replies as that email as well. Once you set up your domain email, then go to "settings" in gmail. Click on the "Accounts and Import". You can then set up your domain emails in the "Send Emails As" section. I also have the POP3 set up for certain accounts, it's in that same accounts and import section.
    Yup OR you can also tell Gmail to reply using the same address

    First setup the Send Mail As address in Accounts and Imports then right under that you'll see this. Choose reply from the same address the message was sent to.

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    Thunderbird.

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    Definitely G mail, no comparison to that, well organize easy filter. Another advantage that almost all clients are using it.

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    to @busymomma &lynette

    I use Gmail... but with a twist..

    I use the standard edition of google aps:
    http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/group/index.html

    by which i get to have an email account as Myname@Mydomain.com but the entire thing is maintained and Managed by Google..

    do i Make sense??

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    Quote Originally Posted by warriorn View Post
    to @busymomma &lynette

    I use Gmail... but with a twist..

    I use the standard edition of google aps:
    http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/group/index.html

    by which i get to have an email account as Myname@Mydomain.com but the entire thing is maintained and Managed by Google..

    do i Make sense??
    You make sense. I have used it before. I have seen offices suffer with it as well. I think Gmai is great but not yet there with business level stuff.

    Ryan

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    Email client I actually use? Well ... uh ...um ... You're gonna laugh your butts off...

    But I'm STILL using Eudora 7.1 even tho it's not supported anymore. It's taken everything I can throw at it over the years and has held up very well.

    I bet even Robert Adams remembers that one too - huh Robert?

    I do use GMail a bit and generally like it for what I use it for. It's not likely that it will ever become my MAIN email "client", tho. But I run almost ALL of my personal & biz email thru my main hosting account. Which is why I still like using Eudora.

    At least I can call my host if something goes down. Can't do that with the Big G! heh heh

    I guess I'm not an all-in-one gadget type of guy after all!



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