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Old 04-22-2009, 04:12 AM   #1
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Talking which email client prints calendar/contact in booklet form & does multiple pop accts?


Hello ... can anyone tell me which email client(s) handle multiple pop accounts and can also print calendars and contacts in booklet form? Also desire if possible group list capability, filtering, network sharing, auto reply and certainly a support site.

I'm currently trying OpenSUSE 11.1 on a desktop and Fedora 10 on a laptop to see which I like better (I was led to believe both are superior in security).

Doesn't look like Evolution will meet my needs and I know T-bird is insufficient. Doesn't seem to be easy way to search for this.

Please share your knowledge ... thank you!!
 
  


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