kmoffat at drizzle.com
Sat Jun 5 18:17:01 PDT 2010
On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 8:57 AM, Collins Richey <crichey at gmail.com> wrote:
> All of the solutions sound great, but I took the lazy man's approach
> five years ago, and I've never regretted it. I have one and only one
> gmail account for everything. The spam filters work very well, and I
> never have to deal with anything on my own system. No maintenance =
> Before any of you complain ... yes, I know that gmail is EVIL because
> Google has the audacity to use the data for their own marketing
> purposes. Someone out there probably knows that I look at financial
> information, natural supplements, and exchange the occasional mail
> with family and friends and lots of Linux users, but I could care
> Collins Richey
I agree. I actually got a domain from google apps, costs all of $10/year.
With gmail you do get IMAP access if you want to access it from Thunderbird,
which I do, accessing all my email accounts, of which I have too many, from
the TB smart folders mode.
However, I think TB now may have an unnecessarily complex UI.
kmoffat at modizzle dot net
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