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Inexpensive e-mail for Macs

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A fixed-income man is looking for inexpensive or free e-mail service for the Mac... he doesn't use the internet.  He lives in the Seattle area (Woodinville), so the service should have local access from there.  How can one find such a service?
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The only solution would be Juno, but that is only for PCs.  However, you can run that on a Mac, if you get a PC Compatibility Card or a PC emulator, like Virtual PC or SoftWindows 95.

Unless he has Internet access, there are no other options.  If he gets Internet access, there are a wealth of free e-mail services I can mention.  Let me know if you want to know about that.

I hope this helps.

--MikroData (jkjung)
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