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webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
To be honest, no email client will do everything for everyone. People look at all the things that MS Outlook has/had and want it in an open-source client. Outlook is more than a client. But if you want a good email package that has a calendar [that may now have the abilities to sync with Google Calendar], and other extended features, you could do a lot of great work withing Thunderbird email client and its available extended features listed on their web site.

Thunderbird (and Seamonkey) can sync with Google calendar & contacts, but you have to use add-ons to do it. I have Thunderbird installed, but prefer Seamonkey for email. However, as I sync contacts & calendar and use IMAP, everything is in sync, no matter which computer I use, even on Windows and also my Android phone. I use Lightning, gContactSync and Provider for Google Calendar add-ons with all installs of Thunderbird & Seamonkey.

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