Re: choosing email client

Try sea monkey.  I love it.  Works great!

Alex


On 7/6/10, Dorothy Ingram-Gorban <Dorothy.ingram-gorban@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> marvellous  i remember some now the engineer  tries so hard,he actually uses
> applemac himself but  he  is kind,and not like the man who although  english
> stuck that logme in software and would logonto my computer when the spirit
> moved him not phoningme and my finding a trail of disaster,remember the
> Inbox of ms outlook? he said the tool for repair was not there. abdul found
> it easily abdul has gone to canada by the way hoping to study at toronto
> university  for a Masters degree in IT,he was rather clever and did not ever
> turn jaws off! I am thinking of setting up bed and breakfast for engineers
> dorothy!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David" <davidwhitehead1957@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2010 1:18 PM
> Subject: Re: choosing email client
>
>
> Hello there;
>
> if your wanting to have the BCC field showing in Outlook Express,
> do the following,
>
> 1, create new message,
>
> 2, use the keystroke, alt+b,
> you now should see the BCC field.
> or, you could,
>
> 1, new message,
>
> 2, alt+v=view,
> make sure that all headers is checked.
>
> well, to delete from your deleted folder in OE,
>
> you can tab to the deleted folder message list view, now, ctrl+a=select all,
> and press the delete key.
>
> if you want your deleted folder to empty after each time you close OE,
> do the following,
>
> 1, alt+t=tools,
>
> 2, O=options,
> or, from the main window in OE, just press,
> ctrl+shift+o
> this will take you right into the options.
>
> 3, now, shift+tab=general,
>
> 4, right arrow until you hear,
> maintenance tab,
>
> 5, now tab,
> you need to check the box that reads,
> Empty messages from the 'Deleted Items' folder on exit
>
> now, tab okay press enter.
>
> hope this helps.
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dorothy Ingram-Gorban" <Dorothy.ingram-gorban@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2010 5:49 AM
> Subject: Re: choosing email client
>
>
> many thanks for replying. I reckon on mastering Ms outlook on my windows 7
> machine by then, but the  little laptop will tide me over for now. Mind you
> I have had a silly memory lapse I know how to empty the deleted folder in Ms
> outlook,but forgotten the way to do it in Outlook express which was very
> easy,even the engineer did not know,he also said you cannot set Outlook
> express to use Bcc,I remember you can, but his english is not so easy I did
> manage to make him work with Jaws speaking,and his every inclination was to
> put Jaws to sleep and move fast with the mouse,  actually it does them good
> to listen to jaws, I am talking mainstream engineers here of course  , I
> cannot help wondering what jaws has in store for us later this
> year,personally I just want what we have to work better,but the eternal race
> I fear is relentless dorothy
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Jörgen Magnusson
>   To: org, jfw@freelists.
>   Sent: Tuesday, July 06, 2010 8:00 AM
>   Subject: Re: choosing email client
>
>
>   Outlook express is far more accesible but of course will not develop
> further. Windows live is managable but more cumbersome to me.
>
>
>
>   From: Dorothy Ingram-Gorban
>   Sent: Monday, July 05, 2010 7:03 PM
>   To: org, jfw@freelists.
>   Subject: choosing email client
>
>
>    I do have windows 7 64 bit desktop and use Ms outlook or try to. However
> i kept my xp laptop and like to use Outlook express,, but since I had to put
> Office 7 on it as the original cd's were scratched,the engineer used my copy
> of office 7,ibought it for windows 7 but think I am allowed to use on 2
> computers? Now as was explained by dave  last weekthe snag is the spell
> checker will only spell in french,and there is a choice either a tool such
> as  dave suggested,or I am told the microsoft website suggest windows live,
> I do not know a thing about windows live,but if some of you have used both
> Outlook express and windows live, are they very different? Which do you
> prefer, my laptop is xp and has Jaws 11 fully patched Dorothy Ps I am
> finding ms outlook on windows 7 very hard I need simplicity for this little
> laptop thanks
>
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