This weekend I've set up my KeyLime Clamshell to run dual-boot Tiger and OS9. Installation of Tiger had been a snap by just making a SuperDuper! copy of my Graphite-Clamshell. My journey to MacOS9 just started a few weeks ago, and I was quite amazed how snappy the system responds even with Classic-emulation. I like emulations and virtualization. But now I wanted the real think, after I was completely unlucky to set up SheepShaver properly. There has been some software I've collected by auctions/local sellers for a few bucks including Office2001, Adobe Acrobat 5, PowerPoint7 and VirtualPC 3, 5, 6 and 7(VPC3 came with Win98, VPC5/6/7 with XPpro) There's also a bunch of nice stuff at Macintosh Garden: Acrobat 5, Acrobat Reader, Apple Works 6, Classilla, Eudora 6.1, ClarisMail, Claris HomePage Creator, Print-To-PDF Extension, Fax-Client. Connecting to the Internet works fine with LAN-cable. I didn't set up that first Apple U.F.O. Airport-station yet due to the low encryption but maybe I'll try that later. And I'm really exited about checking if and up to what level FTP, File Access, Remote Desktop and VNC will work. The VirtualPC versions can be installed side-by-side but only one version will run at a time. VPC3/Win98 runs really fast and smooth (I was able to install/run the first C&C and IfanView, one of my favorite daily helpers, when it comes to pictures, scanning, the one-click "restauration" of old photos etc. ). VPC6/WinXPpro is really slow, but I'd like to check if it's possible to run Lancom-AvancedVPNClient + WinXP-RDP-Client, since that is the last version to connect with WinServer2008 at my office (if it will work, my neXT step will be the installation of OS9/VPC6/WinXP to a faster iBookG4 1,3GHz.) To make that long story short - the only thing I'm currently missing is an email-Client to work despite the latest changings of most internet-providers. At http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php?topic=2603.0 (from 2015) I've found the information, that the email-option of Classilla does still work. Another response to this thread had been about a Microsoft client to work (no further information, maybe Entourage from Office2001?). Would be nice to hear more about Your experience about MacOS9, Email-Clients and favorite applications/essentials.