You could, but Thunderbird supports profiles, and you're not subject to all the nasty security issues of Outlook. Or probably even easier, depending on how you look at it, you could just create two user accounts on the system and use whatever email client you're familiar with. You use one account, the other person uses the other. The email client has a different setup for each user, and you're done.
Laptop with Windows 7 home on it and it is used for travel.What email client could we use for 2 different people checking emails on the road.We have RoadRunner but their webmail is just too tedious.Both use Live Mail at home and Outlook at work.
Could I install 2 different email clients on the laptop - one for each person? Thanks.