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Old 03-08-2009, 01:13 PM   #1
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Default Postbox (beta) for Mac

Postbox is a Mozilla-based e-mail client for the Mac, now in beta. It appears to be aimed most directly at Mac Mail (or at the Eudora wannabes, maybe).

It has many features (too many? hard to say without working with it for a while).

Among the interesting features are database-based anti-phishing and malware services; many ways of organizing e-mail, including an archive that gets it out of site while still searchable; image galleries (thumbnails of images embedded in or attached to e-mails; conversation views that string e-mail threads together; and to-do lists (so e-mails requiring time to think do not get lost).

Seems to have many web-related features as well.

   
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