11-15-2009 05:32 AM
Are there any restrictions in using Mozilla Thunderbird as my e-mail program, as opposed to using Outlook?
I realize ACT! was designed around Microsoft, but I would really like to rid my computer of Outlook and its' many little quirks that force it to shutdown, freeze, or restart unexpectedly. I have been using Thunderbird's sister program Firefox for my browser for months now, and have had NO PROBLEMS.
I am a long time user of ACT!, and curently have ACT! 2008. I am considering upgrading to 2010. Please advise.
11-19-2009 01:34 AM
12-03-2009 11:59 AM
SHAME on them.
I hope MOZILLA FIREFOX, AND mozilla thunderbird are able to integrate with ACT 2010 soon. (with an update would be sufficient/no new version is necessary)
I just upgraded to ACT 2010 as I was told that it would be able to integrate with MOZILLA THUNDERBIRD. didnt happen.
I am NOT an outlook user, EUDORA is no longer supported so I stopped using it over a year ago. I am sure most Eudora users are no longer using it, why would SAGE still keep it as an option for email clients.?
12-03-2009 07:03 PM
Agreed, Columbia Sussex uses Firefox due to the security of the program. I can't get Outlook so I can't have it function with my BB or with my email, right?