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MAILWASHER PRO, CONFIGURE IT TO DOWNLOAD INTO THUNDERBIRD

Hi
I am running Windows XP(SP2) on my PC. Also have Outlook 2002 and use Mailwasher Pro to download emails before they are opened in Outlook.
My ISP is Plus.net,and I used Mozilla Firefox and Norton Antivirus.
Unfortunately my PC has been invaded and I have had to arrange with Plus.net to transfer all mail in my default email address into what is called a "black hole" because I received over 8,000 mail messages, all marked "return" or "failed delivery". I have other email addresses with Plus.net which are not affected.
My question is, that since I can no longer use Outlook (the inbox is blocked with over 1,000 corrupted messages which I cannot delete), I want to use another programme to get my emails after downloading them from Plus.net into Mailwasher Pro.
Please can you suggest one? I have tried using Thunderbird but have not been able to configure it, or configure Mailwasher Pro to connect up with Mailwasher.
I should like to use Thunderbird but cannot find help after doing a search with their website.
I urgently need help on this one, please!
Allium

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