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Topic # 60897 5-May-2010 12:26
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Is anyone still using this fine email client?

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  Reply # 326877 5-May-2010 12:45
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Using what?

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  Reply # 326889 5-May-2010 13:04
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Haven't since we used it at uni nearly 15 years ago!


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  Reply # 326898 5-May-2010 13:17
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I last used it when I worked for Wairarapa DHB in 2005 we were in the process of moving to outlook as the new CEO was not inpressed with Pegasus mail.

Frankly I was not inpressed with it either.


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  Reply # 326900 5-May-2010 13:22
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Last used it in about 1997. It was my first email client too :)

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  Reply # 326905 5-May-2010 13:40
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Using Microsoft Outlook for years - since about 2000. Before that it was Lotus Notes at work and Eudora for home.


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  Reply # 326907 5-May-2010 13:46
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My first proper email client was YAM back in 95....

Used Pegasus for a short stint back around 99 but that was it.

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  Reply # 327034 5-May-2010 18:48
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Used it in 1999 for a while,have used outlook since then.

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  Reply # 327041 5-May-2010 18:53
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From memory it was Kiwi made wasn't it? Think the company closed about two or three years ago - Not sure

Edit: A quick google and I found this

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