No doubt by now you may have more than 1 e-mail addresses, like I do. How do I keep the oversight with all these e-mail accounts, you ask? Well I’ll tell you: First I log go to gmail.com and check my Gmail, then I go over to my old Hotmail account that I pretty much only use for signing up for things that will surely send me spam in the future, and after that I open up my PC-Supportal Webmail, and check that, followed by that of my other business, and then… WOW! No way would that process work for me. I want to get all of my e-mail in one place, making it much easier to check.
So what I use is an email client like Outlook. But outlook is expensive, and while it does a lot of cool stuff, I know of a free alternative:
It’s made by the same people who made firefox, with the same dedication to open source; they keep their stuff free. It’s easy to use, easy to set up, and pretty fast once you got it set up. Visit their link, and it will walk you through the installation and set-up of Mozilla Thunderbird.