I've played with IE4 but I'm sticking to IE3.02 and Outlook (for now at
least). IE4 does crash. I don't like software that crashes.
> There are only 2 reasons to use it: 1) it preemptively snarfed some of
> mail into its stupid binary format in the beginning (lock-in)
Sigh, yes, this is really a bummer. I know that one could write a
20-line visual basic program using MAPI to get all the mail messages
out, converted into whatever format you want, but I've never gotten
around to writing the thing.
> and 2) Eudora's butt-ugly.
I'm glad someone else notices this. Eudora, Turbo Tax, AOL, etc. seem to
think that huge garish buttons are great. I'd hate to see a car they
would design. The steering wheel would say "HORN" in 96 point bold
arial, same with "RADIO", "SEAT", "WINDSHIELD", and God knows what else.
- Joe (back in San Francisco, barely)
Joseph S. Barrera III (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phone, Office: (415) 778-8227; Cellular: (415) 601-3719; Home: (415)