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KMail features the author missed

KMail features the author missed

Posted Jul 9, 2004 12:03 UTC (Fri) by mahoutsukai (guest, #22926)
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's guide to graphical mail clients

First of all, I wonder why the author did test development versions of
most other clients but not of KMail. Anyway.

The current stable version (1.6.x) already has
- custom message actions (shortcuts can be assigned and they can be put on
the toolbar). For details see the comment of mmutz.

The upcoming version brings
- a quick search bar in the main window
- an anti-spam wizard to help the user setting up KMail for use with an
external spam filtering tool; including internal spam filtering is
nonsense because that we mean re-inventing the wheel (and there are
already loads of suitable wheels (SpamAssassin, bogofilter, ...) out
there)
- basic HTML markup in the composer (font family, size, color, shape, text
alignment, lists), not supported are tables, embedded images or other more
advanced HTML features


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