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On 02/28/2016 11:21 AM, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
The only thing about Thunderbird, for me right now, was the "chore" it
was to to switch systems when the one it was on, since 2010, is now
down for repairs.  It was not geared for syncing your email between
two or more systems - i.e. desktop, laptop, and maybe tablet -
according to everything I have read.

Then you're using the wrong protocol.  If you are using POP, you will
not have syncing between systems.  If you use IMAP, you will.  With
IMAP, the messages, including sent email, are retained on the server,
where any device or app can access them.  I have two computers, with my
choice of Linux, Windows 7 or Windows 10, a tablet and smart phone.  All
of them have access to all my email.

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