General Tso wrote:I still think Mac Mail is the easiest. You can delete emails, search, group them, sort them, etc. In short, it works just like it SHOULD work from the Hastings email client.
For windows I'd probably try to set up that POP3 client or whatever through Outlook rather than the forwarding rule. --LinkRemoved--
What would be the reasons why you wouldn't recommend using gmail, or another similar webmail client, to access Hastings email in Win7? Isn't MacMail similar to gmail anyway?
I've been using gmail for my email accounts (inc university) and I really like that all my messages are always in one place, with a consistent interface that I don't have to worry about, no matter from where I access the account. Although I think managing messages by local email clients via POP3 has advantages, I'm very cautious about this since a time when I started this one job, sat down at my "new" computer, and had the previous user's email loaded into Eudora or Outlook, whatever was on there, as I tried to establish my own account. The previous user thought they had deleted these messages, but I guess it wasn't so easy...