Originally Posted by ninjinsamax3
I never tried Outlook because I always thought you needed your own server for it?
What gave you that
idea? It's just a glorified e-mail client. The best part, I can still read e-mails I've already received when my the cable internet access is malfunctioning.
In other words, I hate webmail. Outlook 2002 (Office XP) is absolutely awesome. Not only is it a great for Pop3, but it does Microsoft Exchange Server, IMAP, HTTP (like Hotmail), and it also has "Additional Server Types" where you can connect to another workgroup or a 3rd party mail server.
Outlook is also the perfect organizer for me. It's all on my computer, and I don't have to write down anything. I have a calendar, reminders, and a to-do list.
Although, I'm only using it for Pop3 at the moment.
I won't use anything else. I refuse to use Thunderbird, Outlook Express, or anything else. I tried Thunderbird, but Outlook smokes it.