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Old 12-09-2009, 07:15 PM   #11
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I agree about Outlook. It has always had a reputation for attracting viruses and otherwise misbehaving. I am now using Pegasus, but I really wish I had not switched from Eudora last August.

My wife's computer has AVG, but I am using ESET NOD32 Antivirus on my two WIN XP computers. My new computer last August came with one copy free, and I liked it, and bought another copy online for the other computer.
I thought EUDORA to be very hard to use.... I found it very puzzling because of how Eudora 7 was set up.... Very basic fonts, colors... The way it displays emails in your inbox and when you open them made me feel like it was 1990 all over no offense though

I love how Outlook I can sort my emails by PERSON, DATE, TIME, and group them together thats the one feature that brought me back to Outlook. I just missed that so much

   
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