E = Email client. These include Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Incredimail, Pegasus and many others. An email client can check the email server at intervals specified by you, from as often as once a minute to as little as once daily if you prefer. They can download your emails automatically.. notify you that you have new mail.. remove it from the server if required. Advantages of an email client include :Your email inbox never fills (You are emptying it and keeping the emails on your own computer instead of the server, unless you have specified otherwise)You don't have to login to a webmail page regularly to check your email.The email client will notify you if mail has been collected, and display them with just one click of your mouse.You can customize your outgoing emails a lot more.Email clients don't work for some servers like Hotmail and Yahoo, though, unless you pay those companies a premium to allow this. Mitz from Tips4pc
Mitz from Tips4pc
Yipee, I learned something new this morning!
Yes, Telus will be your service provider (ISP).I've created a tutorial of how to creat basic settings for Thunderbird, and how to add a couple of very important and useful extensions. Its currently hosted on my own server, so its just a link, but we'll get around to moving it to this site for ease of use soon.Simply click here http://daksters.com/TBird/TBird.htm to get some of the mysteries solved!! Mitz from Tips4pc
Mitz from Tips4pc
Nice information…I never really knew there were different email clients because it was confusing.
Email client is a program used to approach and control the users email..
An Email Client or more formally mail user agent is a computer program used to right of entry and manage a user's email.
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