Richard wrote:
I spend a lot of time on "other peoples" computers.
It has been my practice for the last few years to simply use a browser
based mail reader (served up by notes), because the interface is simple
consistent and I don't ever have to worry about installing any software on
someone elses pc.  I can get to my mail from anywhere and I don't have to
(want to) use outlook.

Carl wrote:
I had this same problem too.  I often check my email from my very cool i300
palm cell phone.  But with this forum there are a zillion messages and the
wireless link from the phone is 19.2.  So I have 2 email accounts.  One for
all my "real" business and the other for list servers I subscribe to.  This
way if I check my mail from my phone or via the web interface, all I see is
urgent stuff.  I get the list server stuff when I drag the laptop out.
cjg


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