Well, now that I have my laptop, I'm in a predicament. I've always used my desktop alone, so email, anti-virus, etc. was easy - but what do I do now? I have always used Netscape email because that's what I've been accustomed to, but now that I have the laptop, I wouldn't mind looking for something else that I can manage with both computers running. What can I use so that I can get my email on both systems? Also, I have MacAfee's spam guard on my desktop system, but what do I do if I want to access email from both computers? Right now, I leave my desktop on and I use my the web based client to check my email from my laptop. After a few days, I let the 'safe' messages download through my desktop (into Netscape). But this seems so clunky. What's the best way to deal with email, spam protection, etc. when you have 2 systems? Unfortunately, I just renewed my MacAfee Spam blocker, so I'd like to keep using this method. Knowing this, would it be best to leave the current system in place? My anti-virus trial is up in a month on my laptop, so I'm looking into something for it. I was considering moving the MacAfee license to my laptop and use (ugh) Outlook to check messages from my laptop (eliminating the desktop for email needs). Any ideas on how to run all this stuff (easily) with two systems???