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Ha-Ha-Only-Serious

Posted Nov 24, 2011 20:40 UTC (Thu) by jospoortvliet (subscriber, #33164)
In reply to: Ha-Ha-Only-Serious by nevets
Parent article: Huge pages, slow drives, and long delays

I afew months ago I would've said - try KMail. Much faster than Evolution, highly efficient keyboard shortcuts and layout options, nice security integration etc.

Until they came with an Akonadi based KMail2 - now it's as slow, if not slower, than Evolution, and eating lots of RAM. Now I have to wait until they fix it and muddle through in the mean time; or give up and go back to webmail :(


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Ha-Ha-Only-Serious

Posted Dec 3, 2011 23:25 UTC (Sat) by Los__D (guest, #15263) [Link]

Now I have to wait until they fix it and muddle through in the mean time; or give up and go back to webmail :(

In that case, I'd give RoundCube a try. It has worked perfectly for me by keeping much of the desktop mail client feel. Certainly, that feel sometimes break down, but in general I'm very pleased, especially compared to my old webmail client, Squirrelmail.

SquirrelMail is way more configurable though, if you need that (although RoundCube might be more configurable than I think, currently I'm just running the default Synology DSM version).


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