wreese01 at TAMPABAY.RR.COM
Tue Aug 3 15:26:40 UTC 2004
Normally I would have suggested the same as you, but ... AOL owns
Netscape now and it looks as if they've stopped developing it. Many
people are starting to look toward other email clients - such as
Thunderbird and Opera. They are smaller than Netscape and perhaps more
useful to those that don't need everything that Netscape has. Also,
Firefox is a fast browser that is a complement to Thunderbird email client.
Jerry Spillman wrote:
> SW-L at majordomo.valenciacc.edu Dear Valerie and List,
> Sorry for the mis-posting, I did intend to send that address to the
> List. Yes, Netscape works well with the Sign Puddle e-mails, and it
> is free. There is some support available for those experiencing
> difficulty in setting it up. It handles practically all the graphics
> formats. Netscape is a large download, but to me is well worth the
> time invested. And, so far, no viruses or worms have been written to
> specifically destroy computers that run it.
> The English version of Netscape 7.1 is available for download, free,
> at this location:
> It is also available in Japanese, German, French, Simplified Chinese,
> English Canadian, English UK, Spanish, and Brazilian Potuguese at this
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