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How do I keep my on-site Alerts enabled (red icon showing new ones),
but disable getting that alert in an email?
Seems I have a choice in settings to get the alert, but not how.
Something I missed, or just not available?
Frank in Hillsboro
leading me to a page I can't read?
tac, JeremyK mentioned you at Northwest Firearms - Oregon, Washington, and Idaho Gun Owners.
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How am I supposed to respond to that?o_O
I am looking for a email client, that will work with my own domain emails for checking and sending emails.
I like Mozilla's Thunderbird, but I have not found a client I trust.
Wonder what email clients you guys use?
PS do not mind paying for an app. But not looking for paid email, as I already...
Secure email: ProtonMail is free encrypted email.
I'm not affiliated with ProtonMail. I moved away from all things Google, have been using ProtonMail for my personal email since March, 2018, and am happy with the service.