erthnsky at bellsouth.net
Fri Feb 12 18:40:50 EST 2010
I did, last night, set up a gmail account under erthnsky. That is step
one in the transition. Now I just have to figure out how to bring my
gmail mail into Thunderbird.
I do have one question for you Tim...
Did you say that all of that Google stuff was free? ;)
Bev, in NW Georgia with a mere 2" of snow, but it is still falling
Tim Oppenheim wrote:
> Wow, Trying to do anything with the free yahoo account is pretty
> hard. I did a little research, they really want you to upgrade.
> To that I will say that I am a big Google fanboy. All the things we
> are talking about doing, imap, pop3, etc are easily done plus they
> give you over 7 gigs of space. I haven't deleted an email in over
> three years. And if you want to use Thunderbird, Outlook, Eudora or
> Mac OS Mail ( a person fav) is no problem. Oh and it's all free. They
> will even give away a branded version with your own domain name. Did
> I mention everything is free? Well not free, but the advertising is
> so unobtrusive that it is a worthy trade.
> If your are making a change anyway it's a no-brainer. If you ready to
> migrate from another system, it's still a very easy decision. Google
> has tools to import your messages and contacts before switching. You
> can do a phased migration and run both accounts until you have
> comfortably transitioned. Google is really committed to building the
> best experience and they regularly bring out new software and
> If any Google execs are reading this totally uncompensated
> endorsement, please send me an Android phone : ).
> On Feb 11, 2010, at 7:51 PM, Leslie wrote:
>> Thunderbird can do it, but yahoo won't let the program do it unless
>> you pay yahoo the upgrade fee.
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