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togermano

Whata good email client for windows 9x?

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I use Thunderbird 3.1.12 with kernelex 4.5.2 on windows 98 SE. It works with Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo.

You can download it here :http://www.oldapps.com/thunderbird.php?system=Windows_2000

Probably a higher version will also work if you have installed kernelex 4.5.2.

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If you have Win98/SE or WinME, Outlook Express 6 SP1. It's the latest version. Comes with IE6 SP1. But if you have Win95, IE 5.5 SP2 with Outlook Express 5. Both can handle IMAP.

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PegasusMail certainly works

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Definitely not Outlook Express. It's a very insecure e-mail client. So much so that even Microsoft recommends against it.

Personally I use SeaMonkey 1.1.19 as my internet suite, which includes an e-mail client. Otherwise there's the last Thunderbird 2.0.

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I can never get my yahoo to work with any email client it tells me i have to pay money for imap or pop support.

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