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Re: The ideal mail client?



On Fri, 2009-07-31 at 13:30 -0700, Mike Cloaked wrote:
> Does anybody have knowledge of an mail client has the most ideal
> functionality for Fedora?
> 
> I am currently using Thunderbird as its user interface is comfortable for
> me, and it has plugins to handle gpg encryption, can sync to caldav
> calendars (like Yahoo) - but one big downside is that its local storage is
> in mbox format which is really awful for large collections of mail.
> 
> I have used Kmail in the past which did have support for maildir format as a
> big plus, and did support gpg encryption, but it never supported html mail
> properly which was a big downside - and I don't know if it will sync to
> caldav calendars?
> 
> Is there a single mail client that has a nice UI, can support both html mail
> and maildir format, as well as syncing caldav calendars and support gog
> encryption? Of course supporting multiple email accounts including imap is
> essential.
> 
> Email clients have been a slight irritation for me since I never found one
> that supports everything that I need in a single application.
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evolution is good.
spicebird is an alternative to thunderbird
(has the igoogle stuff)

Justin P. Mattock


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