Top 4 Fun Email Programs for Windows

These email clients aren't your typical all-business apps

Some email clients make reading and writing messages more fun than others. Here are four that offer something a little different from typical apps.

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OE Classic

OE Classic screenshot
  • Familiar classic design.

  • Easy to use.

  • Security updates.

  • Not a modern interface.

  • Limited features.

  • No calendar.

Remember Outlook Express, and remember it longingly? Even if you have never used Outlook Express, chances are you will like OE Classic, a modernized clone of the old email staple. An easy interface, support for rich email editing, and, most importantly, fancy Outlook Express email stationery make OE Classic a fun email program to use.

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  • Access multiple POP accounts.

  • Customizable message flags.

  • Easy back up.

  • Mail displayed in plain text only.

  • No virtual accounts.

  • Can't handle many language encodings.

DreamMail manages email and RSS feeds handily and handsomely with stationery, labels, and related message search. However, international language support is limited, DreamMail's spam filter seems ineffective, and IMAP accounts are not supported.

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Foxmail website
  • Intuitive.

  • Quick account import.

  • Easy to customize.

  • Initial install can be complicated.

  • Limited support.

  • Permanently deletes messages.

Foxmail has lots of great features that make email easy and fun. It is easy enough for beginners to use but also has tools and characteristics experts will appreciate. Although it is similar to Mozilla Thunderbird, Foxmail is not affiliated with Firefox.

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Aol Mail
  • Personalized email address.

  • 25 GB storage space.

  • Spam filter.

  • Can't import contacts.

  • Ads.

  • Cannot attach files from online storage

AOL's email service is easy to use, and it comes with many elements of fun: stationery, banners, greetings, sounds, and more. Storage, support, and access to applications depend on the plan selected.

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