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Been using Yahoo's mail app and I'm pretty impressed with it. Finally a mail app that doesn't require you to turn on the Sync switch for it to work. What's your default mail app and why?

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    Blue Mail because it's awesome.
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    @olback guess I'll give that a try
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    @irene I searched for Thunderbird in the app store and it shows Blue Mail 🤣
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    @Floydian Not having issues with Sync on this app though. Also my biggest problem with the gmail / inbox app is that I have is that you need to turn the sync switch on in order for it to work properly in the background. This is bad design imo. I don't want to sync everything just to get my emails.
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    Gmail is doing fine for me i guess...
    Besides my gmail being my main email, the gmail telegram bot is very helpful for when you don't want to go through another app's shit...
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    @andishno gmail has a telegram bot? Link pls
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    Inbox with a Gmail account.
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    @sharunks007 @gmailbot
    it's official so i guess you could rely on it's security
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    https://mozilla.org/en-GB/...

    Haven't found anything better yet.

    Note if you use addons, be prepared for them not to work every time there is an update..

    Also, its not good at joining email databases together. (Can anyone recommend anything that is ?)
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    @andishno thanks 👍
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    @Nanos both gmail and yahoo have options to import other mailboxes, if that's what you're looking for.
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    @sharunks007

    I'm not sure how long it would take to import a mail box of mine (Checks size.. Last years was 10Gb, so that's about 10 hours on my current upload speed.. ) and, would it work, or would it barf !

    Handy to know, I might test it out some time.

    Does it then have an export mailbox feature once its combined the two imported mailboxes ?
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    @Nanos

    What I have a need for sometimes is say, I use email on one PC, collect a large amount of email over a period of time.

    Then I use another PC for a while, collect a bunch of email on that, and then when I go back to the first PC, I want to import the mail from the 2nd one so its all tidy in one place, and in the correct mail folders !
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    @Nanos by importing I didn't make the whole mailbox. Like you can view the mails in gmail using yahoo and vice versa. You'll have to set it up via the browser website I think
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    @sharunks007

    I tend to collect my email from my own server and keep it on my PC.

    All this webmail stuff is a bit modern for me. :-)
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    Yuk! Yahoo... its like kicking a dead horse. Try Bluemail it has dark theme too!
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    20 comments and not a single ++. Impressive. @dfox, have you got a freebie for this particular case? Antistickers would be appropriate, imho. Meaning: OP sends _you_ free stickers.
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    Tutanota. Because although its only for the tutanota.com service, it makes sure that I'm the only one who can technically access my email data. The provider can't access it.
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    @Jop- it just becomes inactive. It's not completely deleted. It's happened to me once :P
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