eM Client is a full featured e-mail client with a modern and easy to use interface. eM Client also offers calendar, tasks, contacts, notes and chat.
eM Client vs Thunderbird opinions
Thunderbird is brutal, emClient is clean, neat, well thought out, etc. It works with Exchange, Gmail, etc. Everything in one install. Drop in replacement for Outlook at a fraction of the price for Business.
eM client is clean and neat, it's has more built-in functions than Thunderbird. This is a great alternative for Mac and Windows users who care about the software user interface.
limited to only 2 accounts
closed source program that doesn't do a lot of what thunderbird can
doesnt support Linux, isnt open source, not configurable enough
Slow on rendering most email. My version of it doesn't show well unread new message : I can't tell if it's too slow or if it just fails to display them at all.
I'm still testing it but I like what I see. The interface. I like balance, not minimalism nor clutter. I am still using Thunderbird and have not decided yet. Also it is for personal use, therefore I need a free program with at least 3 free mailboxes.
Claws Mail is an email client (and news reader), based on GTK+, featuring
Quick response Graceful, and sophisticated interface Easy configuration, intuitive operation Abundant features Extensibility Robustness and stability.
Claws Mail vs Thunderbird opinions
It's a good, lightweight alternative, but the UI is clunky and it misses HTML message composing. You have been warned!
Much faster than thunderbird which cloaks on weak machines.
very good alternative under linux. I can not say the same under windows since fancy plugin is very buggy.
Despite the style, Claws is super fast and allow you to programs it with Perl and Python which is great for marketing automation.
No HTML compose is the only reason I don't switch to it. We're not in 1980 anymore.
Small and quick and not flooded with choices!
I like it because of easily customizable key bindings.
Mailbird helps individuals and businesses manage emails in one place. This allows you to simplify your workflows. Therefore, spend more time on important tasks. Moreover, 9 in 10 of our customers describe our interface as “intuitive” and beautiful.
Mailbird vs Thunderbird opinions
Mailbird is missing most of the features which Thunderbird offers, like encryption and plugins
Clean interface, much faster than Thunderbird. One touch unsubcribe is a nice touch and adding new accounts is a breeze
asone user said "Mailbird is missing most of the features which Thunderbird offers, like encryption and plugins" more than year ago: now Thunderbird is dead, no development, no plugins (never was a lot and now even less as they are following the plan as to with Firefox. Is dead. Loved thunderbird, not a fan of Mailbird! but I can't stand oputlook
Great design. Great features
Microsoft Outlook, part of the Microsoft Office Suite (not to be confused with Microsoft Outlook Express), is a personal information manager that lets you manage your e-mail, calendar, contacts, and tasks.
Microsoft Office Outlook vs Thunderbird opinions
It works. Much less buggy. Better integration with Windows. Encryption/Signing.Works over remote desktop without losing pieces of itself. Search is crappier though.
As a Firefox user, I have tried to love Thunderbird but it just can't compete with Outlook, IMHO.
Not open source, not privacy-focused, no Linux support
outlook is clumsy and bloated and does nothing well. tbird does one thing and well.
Outlook do not support RSS
Boost your productivity and send better email with Mailspring, a beautiful, fast email client for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Mailspring is free to use and an optional pro version adds read receipts, send later, reminders and more.
Mailspring vs Thunderbird opinions
Great alternative, especially for casual users. Simple, streamlined UI, feels fresh.
Very simple, perfect IU and possibility to follow what happen to your emails.
Need to create an account on a third-party company to access your email.
Unable to even find an address book or ability to import a csv file from previous mail client. You lose me when things are made so "modern-clean" that I have to consult a manual or Google things.
Simple, more streamlined UI and easily customizable.
nice interface (if you are talking about the feature, kcontact/kmail is the best, but this has a nice interface)
Supports Linux and all IMAP providers, offers shortcut customization, extensible via plugins.
Web-browser, advanced e-mail, newsgroup and feed client, IRC chat, and HTML editing in one application. Itis built on the open source Mozilla Gecko engine, the same code which underlies Thunderbird and is the base for the Firefox browser.
SeaMonkey vs Thunderbird opinions
SeaMonkey is both a WEB BROWSER and EMAIL CLIENT. It's the successor of Mozilla Application Suite or Netscape Communicator, resp. Further it includes also a news client program, an HTML editor (SeaMonkey Composer) and an IRC client (ChatZilla).
Unfortunately doesn't support synchronization with CardDAV address books.
It has all of Thunderbird's features and many more.
More of a web browser than an email client
Postbox is an email application that helps you organize your work life and get stuff done.
Postbox vs Thunderbird opinions
You shouldn't call something that costs $80 as an alternative to something that is free.
If you're using Windows 10 or a Mac, Postbox is hard to beat. I found myself so impressed with the trial that I had to buy the license in the end.
It started out looking a lot like Thunderbird, but it really has come into its own over the past few years to the point where Thunderbird has nothing on Postbox.
Mutt is a small but very powerful text-based mail client for Unix operating systems. Some of its features are: color support, message threading, MIME support (including RFC2047 support for encoded headers), PGP/MIME (RFC2015), various features to support mailing lists, including...
Mutt vs Thunderbird opinions
Thunderbird users want a GUI mail application. Mutt is a command line mail application. They are both good and both popular, but very much apples and oranges.
Windows 10 has Mail and Calendar apps already built in.
Microsoft Mail and Calendar vs Thunderbird opinions
It runs in background unlike Outlook and other email clients.
BlueMail is a modern, mobile first, powerful Email management tool with a sleek design, unified inbox and support for all your accounts: IMAP,Exchange,POP3.
BlueMail vs Thunderbird opinions
It works on Android, but is not so powerfull.
clear, easy to use lots of flexibility
bluemail pushes all your mail into their clud making it insecure