What are the advantages and disadvantages of web-based mail and e-mail clients? I'm thinking about installing Mozilla Thunderbird as an e-mail client but I wanted to find out the up's and down's of both sides.
All help is appreciated.
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Not really. You still have to download the attachment to your computer to open it.
How about the security? Will I get infected faster if I received a malicious attachment from someone if I use e-mail clients?
In browser from you login web based mail stays cookies which can be used for stoling you password...
How about the security?
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