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    Outlook vs Thunderbird

    I have about 9 clients set up on gmail, so I have about 11 email accounts (unique domains) that I need to sync to one email/calendar solution.

    Am droid based.

    In using Outlook, I usually don't have much trouble, but when I do, I have major problems, especially when folders won't sync.

    Anyone made the switch to Thunderbird or other client?



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    Re: Outlook vs Thunderbird

    I have Thunderbird at work. It works pretty well, but it doesn't seem to get along with Outlook very well. Meeting invites come in as scr ipt speak I don't understand, and unless there's an add-on I can download, there's no schedule feature of Thunderbird. Also, minor issue, but you can't change your password once you set it in Thunderbird, unless you create a whole new account. Our IT guy set it up for me, and it's a password that took me about 6 months to remember, which was a pain in the ***.

    Edit: Apparently scr ipt is not an allowed word.



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