Mail Client for Mac OS X Lion

thehourmanthehourman Member Posts: 723
Hey guys, I finally bought a MBP 13". Question for Mac users, which mail client do you guys use on your Mac?

I have Outlook 2011, and Mail.app, I can also download Thunderbird. I just want to know which one would you prefer and why?


Thanks,
thm
Studying:
Working on CCNA: Security. Start date: 12.28.10
Microsoft 70-640 - on hold (This is not taking me anywhere. I started this in October, and it is December now, I am still on page 221. WTH!)
Reading:
Network Warrior - Currently at Part II
Reading IPv6 Essentials 2nd Edition - on hold

Comments

  • it_consultantit_consultant Member Posts: 1,903
    Outlook 2011, it is WAYYYYY better than the old Entourage client. Other than that, I am not sure why one would prefer thunderbird over mac mail, I have always found thunderbird to be too tedious.
  • RTmarcRTmarc Member Posts: 1,082
    Outlook 2011 for work. Mail client for personal stuff.
  • cyberguyprcyberguypr Senior Member Mod Posts: 6,882 Mod
    Also using Outlook 2011 for the office MBPs and MBAs. Users like it a lot.
  • sasprosaspro Member Posts: 114
    Outlook 2011 for work & mail for personal.
    I also run Outlook 2010 in a VM for the times that the mac version doesn't do something I need it to (there are sooo many features missing)
  • thehourmanthehourman Member Posts: 723
    I tried both, but it seems like the Mail app seems to work that way I want it to work. I am going to use this for personal emails, like gmail.
    Outlook 2011, I could not get my other gmails custom folders to show up. The only custom folders that I have that shows up is from the first gmail I configured. I have Outlook 2007 on Windows and all gmails custom folders area showing under each gmail account. I could not do it on 2011.
    Studying:
    Working on CCNA: Security. Start date: 12.28.10
    Microsoft 70-640 - on hold (This is not taking me anywhere. I started this in October, and it is December now, I am still on page 221. WTH!)
    Reading:
    Network Warrior - Currently at Part II
    Reading IPv6 Essentials 2nd Edition - on hold
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