8 Best Email Programs for Windows

You can see that an email client can be just as funny as the emails you receive. Still, some email programs make reading and writing email more fun than others. Here are the least boring ones for Windows.

  1. IncrediMail
  2. OE Classic
  3. dream post
  4. Yahoo! mail
  5. fox post
  6. AOL
  7. Windows Live Mail
  8. LCARS email


IncrediMail is a fun and easy-to-use email client that brightens up the messages you send and conveniently protects you from spam, phishing, and scams.

OE Classic

Do you remember Outlook Express and remember it fondly? Even if you’ve never used Outlook Express, chances are you’ll love OE Classic, a modernized clone of the old email product. A simple interface, support for advanced e-mail editing and most importantly trendy Outlook Express e-mail stationery make OE Classic an easy-to-use e-mail program.

dream post

DreamMail manages email and RSS feeds simply and beautifully with letterhead, labels, and matching message searches. Unfortunately, international language support is limited, DreamMail’s spam filter does not appear to be effective, and IMAP accounts are not supported.

Yahoo! mail

In short, Yahoo! Mail site turned into a Windows application, Yahoo! Mail is still convincingly useful and interesting with high-quality stationery built-in (it has access to Yahoo! mail accounts, of course, as well as Gmail, Outlook Mail on the web, and AOL.)

fox post

Foxmail is a good email client with many great features that make emailing easy and fun.


AOL’s e-mail service is user-friendly and contains many nice elements: stationery, banners, greetings, sounds,…

Windows Live Mail

Windows Live Mail itself is not an impressive program. But there are so many great office supplies out there that make Windows Live Mail the best email program for sending (and receiving) great messages. (In versions of Windows before Vista, Outlook Express is a similar program.)

LCARS email

LCARS Mail would be a pretty boring email client if it weren’t for LCARS’ beautiful Star Trek-esque interface. Play with it with the archived copy, as unfortunately LCARS Mail is no longer in active development.

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