Incredimail cozing problem

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  1. sidewinder

    sidewinder New Member

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    Whenever I try 2 use incredimail it installs something in the temp dir and after cleaning the temp dir with any soft like sysmech or ashampoo it stops working...can u guys help? or suggest me a mail client that is equally good looking
     
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    why don't u put the files/folders selected 4 deletion in the exception list.btw i too use incredimail ,ashampoo does remove a few temp files but i have no probs using incmail.
     
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    ya.. incredimail is a shareware.. and its useless, also takes up loads of mem.. thunderbird is good and attractiv.e... also try out Eudora.. its not that attractive, but efficitnwe..
     
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    Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express are worth mentioning here as well
     
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    incmail has a nice message preview function which lets u delete msg from server without downloading 'em.also it has a fantastic backup feature.btw does Thunderbird have msg preview and backup facility and passowrd protected identities?let me know for if it does i'll switch to Thunderbird!
     
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    I would never suggest outlook express.
    MS Outlook is ok.
     
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    I'll not use oe....Switching tothunderbird...Thanx for the info.Also trying foxmail.it has hotmail support.
     
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