Re: [NTLK] Email storage on Card

From: William Pociengel <>
Date: Tue Jan 01 2008 - 15:25:53 EST

just doing some catchup here.

I ran with Eudora for about a year straight, way back when, and found it
worked for me. YMMV but it did the job I asked which was retrieve and
send email via pop3. I never tried anything else at the time, if
anything else was available, but as I said it worked fine and I do not
recall any memory leaks. It seems to me that it was easy to use and
configure and a pretty solid package.


Matt Howe wrote:
> I have been using SimpleMail for over a year now and I have not had a memory
> problem. I, of course, only do pop3 (For the newbies, SimpleMail only does
> pop3). I looked at Mail V but I could not see where I would gain anything by
> switching. And then all of this comments about Mail V gobbling up memory,
> I'll stick to SimpleMail. I also tried Eudora, but SimpleMail is to me the
> best small Email client on any platform. Thanks Simon.

Special knowledge can be a terrible disadvantage if it leads you too
far along a path that you cannot explain anymore.
Frank Herbert 'Dune'
William Pociengel
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