Scott's been extolling the virtues of Oddpost for a while now, and deriding the quality of the (admittedly) lame web client my ISP provides for checking my home email at work, so I finally tried it out this morning. I've got to admit, it's pretty freakin' cool. They have a very nice interface, it's easy to use, supports multiple external mail servers, etc. I'll try if for a while longer, but I just may end up subscribing. I think it's probably worth the (very reasonable) $30 a year.
Now if they only supported Firefox... It's become my browser of choice, and it's a pain to have to launch IE to use Oddpost, but c'est le vie I guess. I have to keep IE around for SharePoint anyway. SharePoint looks OK in Firefox, but I don't think they've got SSPI authentication working yet, so I have to sign in on every page, which gets old in a really big hurry.
Update: after playing with the client some more, I'm also impressed to see software written by people with a sense of humor
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