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I was happy for years with the email part of Netscape 7.2. I kept a downloaded version of Netscape 7.2 on CD just so I could always put it on my next PC, and did every couple of years.

But it crashed a year ago on my current PC running on MicroSoft XP. I have tried Gmail, Yahoo mail and AOL mail. I hate that none of them are as friendly and versatile as Netscape was before AOL gobbled them up.

For months now I have been using Windows Live Hotmail. Tonight I wanted to create a "List" of several email addresses that I could forward things to with a click. Cannot figure out how.

Soooo, HELP! I want my easy email life back. What program do I go to?

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The modern incarnation of Netscape Messenger is Thunderbird.

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I second this. Thunderbird will be able to import your Netscape mail folder as well. – user3463 Nov 23 '10 at 5:10

If you are looking for an integrated suite like Netscape 7.2 used to be, you can also use Seamonkey

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+1 Seamonkey is basically a new version of Netscape. – Colin Pickard Jun 23 '11 at 9:02

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