The Bottom Line
- Mozilla SeaMonkey comes with precise spam filtering and lets you organize mail with tags
- Smart features and defaults make Mozilla secure and privacy conscious
- Mozilla offers great support for HTML formatting and a powerful message editor in general
- Mozilla SeaMonkey does not include fast, index-based search
- The Bayesian spam filter in Mozilla is resource hungry and slow
- Mozilla cannot filter outgoing mail and lacks sophisticated message templates
- Mozilla manages multiple POP and IMAP email accounts.
- Mozilla sports flexible filters and message tags to sort and organize messages.
- Search toolbar, advanced search and message views make it easy to find mail in Mozilla.
- Mozilla's highly effective Bayesian spam filtering moves junk to a special folder automatically.
- Mozilla supports TLS/SSL connections and S/MIME or PGP/MIME (via plug-in) message encryption.
- Richly formatted HTML messages can be displayed as full HTML, simple HTML or plain text.
- Mozilla comes with great HTML editing, but sending proper plain text emails is easy, too.
- The fully featured Mozilla address book supports vCards and Palm synchronization.
- Mozilla supports Windows 9x/ME/2000/3/XP/Vista, Mac OS X and Linux.
Guide Review - Mozilla SeaMonkey 1.1 - Free Email Program
Mozilla is a fully featured email program with flexible filters, good IMAP support, powerful searching, strong HTML and plain text support, really useful free-form tags and views for prioritizing and organizing mail, S/MIME encryption and — probably most importantly — many great features that help maintain computer security and personal privacy.