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    "Not All That Great!"

    June 12, 2013  |   By Gold Dust


    You can use it for a month with all of your accounts, other than that nothing.


    You have to pay $50.00 if you have more than 2 accounts after a month, otherwise it's free, after you register it. Will not update.


    I have 5 accounts and I will not pay $50.00 to have my other accounts. IncrediMail is a lot better and I can have as many accounts as I want and it's free forever.

    Updated on Jun 12, 2013

    You can also use Microsoft Outlook 2003 and have as many accounts as you want without paying to have more than 2 accounts, and I also like Microsoft Outlook 2003 better than than eM Client.

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