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On Wed, 05 Jun 2002 16:25:57 GMT,
> "Matthew Gardiner"
>> But apart from that, the package isn't too bad. One perk with a
>> is that you don't have to setup a email etc client thus making life a
>> of alot easier.
> A big problem with a web interface, however, is that depending on the
> circumstances, if you get a network error during transmission of your
> email to the server, you can completely lose that email and all of the
> Particularly if they have no-cache turned on for privacy in the headers.
> Web's not bad for reading mail or quick notes. But as a full-time use
> kind of thing? I've lost way too many emails that way.
Then I suggest you try a different (non-M$ perhaps?) web interface. That
is a flawed design, not a flaw in the concept of web interface. How does
a web interface differ from IMAP? In both cases the e-mail is stored on
the server, and viewd on the client. In both cases, a bad design could
cause you to loose emails.
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