Lenny McHugh <LennyMcHugh@...>
Since I still can’t get wlm to use spell check I am thinking about thunderbird. Does thunderbird have a spell check feature?
Also in wlm I have about 10 folders in which message rules direct the posts. Cam thunderbird do this as well? Also can thunderbird import an exported wlm message file? I have about 1,000 messages saved in wlm folders on my win 7 machine and would like to keep them.
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Some of these, like your wlm import, I don't know the answer to.
But I do know about the rules thing. I used to use rules in
thunderbird, so the answer that is yes, it works. I have about
that many folders, and back in the day, I let Thunderbird move the
messages about. These days though, with gmail, I let gmail itself
apply labels to mails and skip the inbox, so that all my email
clients will have messages filtered into the proper places, and if
I need to start fresh with a copy of thunderbird, which happens
from time to time as it starts slowing down more and more over
time, I get about a year's use out of a single copy before it
becomes a real issue.
I like Thunderbird, but the sluggishness over time thing is a bother. I wish there was a better option. But I'm stuck with Thunderbird because when I group messages by conversation / thread, the layout is exactly what I want, very similar to Outlook Express, even better though. Outlook modern not express version, when it groups by thread /conversation, it shows the thread and I have to open it up to get the sender and such for the first message, it's just an extra step that I don't want to deal with. Mixed blessings.
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On 8/1/2019 11:30 AM, Lenny McHugh wrote: