any other accessible email client for linux?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Mon Nov 15 15:19:07 UTC 2021
Speaking of Thunderbird...what's the easiest way to import from Tbird
into Seamonkey? I'd like to have all my stuff in one place, really...and
I like Seamonkey's interface more than Thunderibrd...so how would I
import from Tbird to Seamonkey?
On 11/15/21 05:37, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> nmh is available though that's a very different email philosophy from most
> of the rest.
> On Sun, 14 Nov 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
>> I'm not sure about other distros, but on Fedora, my Seamonkey does have two
>> menu invocations. One is the mail application and the other is the web
>> browser. Both are located in my internet menu on my MATE desktop. Seamonkey
>> mail will import mailboxes directly from an existing Thunderbird installation,
>> and I am finding its accessibility with Orca to be quite good. Since I believe
>> Seamonkey to be based on somewhat older versions of Thunderbird and Firefox,
>> you may not see the calendar options, as you once needed an extension for
>> that. Chat is also a separate invocation of seamonkey, so it shouldn't be in
>> your main mail window either. The only thing that may possibly be considered a
>> drawback is that opening a link in an email message in seamonkey will open the
>> link in the seamonkey browser instead of the browser you set as the default.
>> So if you want to open links in another browser, you will need to copy the
>> link address to your clipboard. Other than that, I can recommend Seamonkey as
>> a pretty good email application. It's not actually a bad browser either from
>> my experience.
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