I may be behind the times, but I like what I like. And I like using POP3 email so that I can download email messages and store them locally rather than keeping them on a remote server as with IMAP. I've used Outlook Express for many years and have a ton of old messages saved, all categorized into folders the way I want. But last year I retired one old windows XP computer and my other one died, leaving me with a new computer running Suse Linux since I'd been wanting to move away from Windows products. I have Thunderbird on it, but the Linux version of TB is buggy and TB is not compatible with my old OE email database (.dbx files).
So, is there another email program that can be set to access the store folder from Outlook Express, read from and save to the .dbx files, use the database exactly as OE did, and keep the database files compatible with OE in case I ever switch back? It doesn't matter if it's Linux or Windows based, because I can run a windows-based program in Wine (windows emulator). Thanks!