Jun 26, 2012

5 More Ways to Access Emails


Microsoft Outlook is the strongest email client and there is no doubt in this statement. It’s a most popular in the world and widely used in both home and office because of its deep combination with Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Exchange.
Today I am sharing five more email clients that can also serve your purpose to send and receive emails.
You can continue reading the following to know more:

1. Mozilla Thunderbird

Mozilla Thunderbird is a free, open source, cross-platform email and news client developed by the Mozilla Foundation.
Thunderbird is the open-source email client popular for its speed and flexibility. You can expand its usability through plugins and add-ons like Firefox. It also supports all popular protocols including POP, IMAP and SMTP and it is available in all platforms
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In case you have to use IMAP to access your emails then Thunderbird work amazingly. If you are thinking to download latest version of Thunderbird then click to Mozilla Messaging.

2. Zimbra Desktop

Zimbra Desktop is an email client just like Microsoft Outlook. Zimbra Desktop is easy to use with its user-friendly interface. Zimbra Desktop is capable to configure Yahoo mail, Gmail, Hotmail and AOL automatically. You can also use offline feature to work even when you are offline. This feature works with IMAP protocol which makes Zimbra Desktop the winner in the IMAP usage race.
You can download latest Zimbra Desktop which strongly supports social accounts such as Twitter, Facebook, Digg etc.

3. IncrediMail

IncrediMail give you the best feeling with lots of color and fun style in sending and checking email. It supports all the features of a standard email client including POP, IMAP and SMTP with colorful and photo backgrounds while composing emails with animated characters. IncrediMail also called PhotoMail Maker and it allow you to add your personal photos as email backgrounds.

4. Opera Mail

Opera Mail is add the mail client right inside the Opera Browser. You can configure Opera Mail easily and you don’t have to open a separate email client. Your email will arrive and show up in Opera browser.

Opera Mail gives access to offline mail and you can see your email even if you are not connected to the Internet. It’s work successfully even if you have slow internet connectivity while travelling. Opera Mail fetches only necessary information on low bandwidth mode.

5. emClient

emClient is great email client the new version of emClient has been specifically designed for running on Windows Vista and Windows 7. It is free for home user but paid for business user. emClient supports Hotmail, Yahoo and Gmail and it can also import settings and email from other email clients like Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird. Hope you will like post and share your comments and thoughts as well.

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