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Looking for an email client for MAC OS X, which does not include the native apple email client, and does not include the following:  Outlook for MAC, Airmail, Sparrow, Thunderbird, Foxmail.  The email client needs to be compatible with Microsoft Exchange 2010.  Preferably an open source, free client, otherwise not very expensive.
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Why? What is it you are looking for that you can't find in the ones in your list?
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by:strung
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Here is a comparison test of 6 Mac e-mail clients. 3 of them ( PowerMail, GyazMail and Mailsmith ) are not on your list:

http://www.techradar.com/news/software/applications/best-mac-email-client-6-on-test-91556
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I prefer other email clients. Apple Mail does not always report correctly from Exchange, Outlook seems a little slow, too much going on in Airmail - does not seem to amalgamate all messages, Foxmail is too slow at start up in showing emails,..
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The link does not work.
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If you copy the link, paste it into your browser then add an '8' at the end it will work.

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@100questions - I'm afraid you're not going to find what you're looking for as you've excluded most of the major OSX mail clients already.  There are very few OSX email clients that support the Exchange protocol - otherwise you've to use the POP/IMAP/SMTP protocols with Exchange.

If you're willing to accept clients that support POP/IMAP then the only email client apart from Apple Mail that I can recommend or would use is Postbox - http://www.postbox-inc.com/index.php
This is not free but has a low cost and has a 30 day trial so you can evaluate it.
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