Re: what is the differenc between thunder bird and other mail programs like outlook express?
Firstly, it's Thunderbird, one word, who knows what you'd get if you Googled it as two words.
Secondly, to more properly answer your question, this mail client is under constant development and updating, whereas Outlook Express is re-engineered from something that was obsolete by the time Windows 7 came out, and that's a long, long time ago.
Thirdly, yes, it is possible to create rules in Thunderbird to filter mesages to folders.
Fourthly, yes, it is possible to back up one's entire Thunderbird profile to ue on another system.
Fifthly, there are many native shortcuts. The scripts JAWS provides may add additional shortcut-key functions, but it's pretty straightforward access from the moment it's installed.
Sixthly, a few screenreader-specific customizations are--well--not exactly required, but do help in the long run, such as hiding screens and options one doesn't need to see in front of one all the time, like the calendar and to-do task list.
Hope this helps.
On 11/4/2020 4:31 PM, heather albright wrote: