Hello James, good points, here well taken. How ever I am paying for yahoo mail, I have been for the last couple of years, for $20 a year, it's great, . you can check your mail from any computer on line from any where, and system access reads it really fine. Are the second choice is you can pop yahoo mail down to your outlook are what ever local mail client you are using. Are you can check mail either from your computer, are on line. What ever choice fits at the time. But yeah, if you are just starting out computing, for a easy quick setup, if you can live with the bad points, SA mail would sure be an option.
Best Don----- Original Message ----- From: "James Aldrich" <jkaldrich@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <talk-serotek@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 8:11 AM Subject: TalkSerotek: Re: returning to folder summary
Hi Don, Consider the SA Mobile mottle: " We humanize computers not computerize humans."The SA Mobile client is definitely easier to use than the others which are available even though the other clients may have more features. Another difference which I think is important to note is the SA Mobile Client is an on line client. It can be accessed from most computers. You can come to my house, go onto my computer and download your Email from SA Mobile without having to set up anything! You can't say that about Outlook Express or the other clients. I daresay SA Mobile is easier to use than G-mail! I definitely feel it has its unique place! I think Ann's suggestion would be an easy fix or should I say it seems to me it would be an easy fix. I'm not on my usual computer presently yet I'm accessing my mail from SA Mobile. I would say your point is a good one if all you use is your desktop PC and nothing more! But if you take your PC almost anywhere or you have access to a number of computers, you have a good chance of getting your Email from SA Mobile firewalls not withstanding! I like this feature of SA Mobile and where else can one easily send Voice Email messages! This truly is a unique service!Jim Aldrich --Email services provided by the System Access Mobile Network. Visit www.serotek.com to learn more about accessibility anywhere.The Talk Serotek mailing list Post to the list by sending a message to: talk-serotek@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://freelists.org/list/talk-serotekor by sending a message to talk-serotek-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with subscribe in the subject line, or unsubscribe in the subject line.Archives: http://www.freelists.org/archives/talk-serotek/ Visit Serotek: www.serotek.com
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