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General Software Discussion / Re: Password Managers
« on: December 22, 2012, 05:13 AM »
Thanks to everyone for the suggestions! I will check some out............appreciate your help!
And Merry Christmas to ALL!!

General Software Discussion / Password Managers
« on: December 21, 2012, 05:29 AM »
Does anyone have a suggestion for a freeware password manager to keep all my passwords in a database with backup?
I already have lastpass for online use, but would like some options for a standalone program to hold all my info to keep perhaps on cd or other backup.

Best E-mail Client / Re: DreamMail
« on: July 05, 2010, 11:27 AM »
Hi kycochise,
do you know is there a page for DreamMail in English or maybe in another european language?
I could only find this (Japanese?):
this was no help:

Hi tomos,
I put a d\l link on my site for you to download...........just look under Programs...............

There is an older thread from 2007 - with same title, also in this section:
The programme seems to have been updated since that time**, so the problems reported there are hopefully no longer relevant. Personally I gave up my 'trial' of it at the time as keyboard shortcuts didnt work for me (with a german keyboard anyways), and also, more importantly:
I've realised two things -
1) I dont seem to be able to export my mail from Tbird/ import Tbird mail to DreamMail
2) it doesnt seem to be possible to export my mail from DreamMail

** page linked to above says DreamMail v3.0.0.5
- other sites e.g. Brothersoft, have DreamMail
- in 2007 I reported an update to DreamMail

Best E-mail Client / DreamMail
« on: July 05, 2010, 08:58 AM »
I have been trying a lot of the free email programs for quite some time now. And for my use, DreamMail is my personal choice.
Several years back, I purchased Incredimail. It was cute for some time, but way over priced. Then I began a search of the free ones.
Thunderbird was very nice in a lot of ways, but had a few quirks I did not like. One thing about TB that bugged me was when you compose a new
email and push the "to" tab, you have to type in a recipeint address. After the first letter or two, it would popup some choices for you to make.
Unlike most others I have tried, it would not popup address listing to choose. You have to start typing each recipient's name you wanted.
When I tried DreamMail, it was just the right fit for my use, and I have been using it now for about 2 months and I believe now I have found a "keeper".

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