• Jim
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    Yokemate of Keyboards
    Posts: 4976 from 2009/1/28
    From: Delaware, USA

    amigadave wrote:

    ernsteiswuerfel wrote:
    From this perspective another email client sure has potential, be it MorphOS-native or not. ;-)

    To use MorphOS as my daily OS I need three things;

    1. Real security (on top of the "security by obscurity"), without needing 3rd party software to help make it secure, and built-in, or later, a virus checker.

    2. Web browser that works on almost all sites, including banking and web stores, "securely".

    3. Email program that works with the most popular email sites "securely".

    To use MorphOS daily for fun, I don't need any of the above, but it would be nice to have a web browser that worked well enough to do secure downloads & transactions, from most sites.

    I am not sure what No.1 actually means. We are pretty close on No.2. And on No.3, I have access to my e-mail via Odyssey since Fab helped me sort out an issue I had doing that years ago.

    No. 4, though, I need a good editor/word processor that will allow transfer of files to a from my other hardware.
    "Never attribute to malice what can more readily explained by incompetence"
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