> > IMHO, none of the commercial e-mail packages are even close to the
> > quality of Pegasus, Pine, and Eudora in real world use. If anyone
> > knows of a commercial PC/Mac LAN e-mail product that "gets along well
> > with others" that I could recommend to clients
Then Jack replied:
> Eudora _is_ commercial, gets along well with others, and seems
> emminently recommendable to me.
Although the full-functionality Eudora costs some bucks, "subdued-
functionality" versions of Eudora are available through anonymous ftp. I've
seen and used both, and (despite a few quirks) I must agree with what
has been stated -- Eudora and other freely-available e-mail packages tend
to be much more useful in "real-world" use.
(And now, back to our regularly scheduled Majordomo discussion...)