Email client to replace Eudora 7.1 for Windows 7
suzy 33 weeks ago
I am looking for a smart and supported Email client to replace my beloved Eudora 7.1. Speed, fast search across all or selected mailboxes/folders, smart filters, good sorting capability, spell checker, support for multiple accounts, a friendly, clean user interface w. message preview (like Eudora's), option to store mail on my PC, low memory usage and a mailbox format supported by a good migration utility (like Aid4Mail) are important to me. Which client would do the job?
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