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Review Requests

Review Requests

Posted Jun 17, 2004 21:40 UTC (Thu) by lakeland (subscriber, #1157)
In reply to: Review Requests by larryr
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's guide to mail clients: introduction

Personally I love the kmail in KDE 3.3. It seems the bugs in disconnected
(cached) IMAP have finally been ironed out. I honestly can't think of
anything I'd improve. <thinks> Ok, no blocking when calling external
programs/proper threading... and now the bugs in IMAP have been fixed I'd
like it made fast again (without reintroducing the bugs). But it is
pretty near perfect :-)

As for the others, I use mutt whenever I don't have X; it works well. I
tried kmail with aalib once -- I was surprised by how well it worked but
soon went back to mutt. Thunderbird is pretty good too, but I prefer
kmail. I personally dislike evolution, but I find it hard to believe
Novell will drop it like you think.



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