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    What web based email client do you use?

    What web based email client do you use?Whats the best for you in terms of usability,reliability,user interface...etc.Any free ones you used like squirrelmail and roundcube.

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    Gmail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Atkinson View Post
    Gmail?
    Yeah gmail is a good one,do you have you own domain extension or do you use the personal gmail account?

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    Both actually. We have our domain's email hosted with Google Apps and I have a personal Gmail account.
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    Both squirrelmail and roundcube are reliable enough. I'd give squirrelmail the edge on user interface though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    Both squirrelmail and roundcube are reliable enough. I'd give squirrelmail the edge on user interface though.
    Do you still use squirrelmail? I was thinking about using but not sure if its reliable enough to trust with important emails.Do you think its reliable enough?

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    What's to go wrong? They're just webmail email clients. When it comes to screwing up email management, the email client is the least of your worries. It's the email servers that do all the critical work.
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