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But the big difference, and sometimes the deal-breaker, is that
Thunderbird is free, and many people only want it if it's free.
On 11/14/2018 9:25 PM, David Goldfield
I notice that some people recommend Thunderbird as a
JAWS-friendly email client. I have used this program for many
years, initially with NVDA and now with JAWS 2019. While
Thunderbird does technically work reasonably well with JAWS it
does have its quirks which, while minor, may prove to be
annoying for some users. I continue to use it because it's what
I'm comfortable using. However, if I'm going to be honest I'd
say that Outlook is really a better choice. JAWS not only
supports it beautifully but it offers many ways to customize it
in the quick settings dialog that you won't find when using
On 11/14/2018 2:23 PM, Cristóbal
It’s probably a different strokes for
different folks deal, but for me, I find using the favorites
section for switching between inboxes much quicker and more
convenient this way. I’ve never really liked the control
plus y command. Much less if it’s a command I do countless
times every single day.
I have that many as well and I hit
control-y and the first letter of the account I want to
Maybe I should look at the favorites,
but it is hard to imagine it makes things any easier.
"It is a great thing to start life
with a small number of really good books which are
your very own." __ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Folders. Convenient if you have
multiple accounts configured. I’ve got four inboxes
and two different draft folders in my Outlook 2016
I have never used the Favorites in
Are these Favorite contacts, or
“Definition of an expert: An ex
is a has-been and a spirt is a drip under pressure.”
– Bruce U. Utah Phillips
I am unable to
move to the Favourites list in Outlook 2016 by using
the Tab key. So, I have to use the CTRL+Y keystroke
to move from folder to folder. But my brother can
see the folder list on screen & move through it
with a mouse.
I am running
JAWS 18 & Office 2016 on a Windows 10 desktop.
Mail, the Windows 10 app has
limited JAWS useage but for a best client I would
recommend Outlook , Thunderbird as others have
I was previously
using Windows Live Mail 2012 with Windows 7 to check
my emails. Now I have upgraded to Windows 10 &
found that Windows Live Mail will not install on
I request you to
kindly suggest me a basic JAWS-friendly email client
which I can use to check my emails & which is
compatible with Windows 10.
Thanking you all
in advance for your kind assistance.