[K12OSN] How to make your users love Linux
dhuckaby at paasda.org
Tue Dec 6 17:24:24 UTC 2005
powerful is all fine and dandy ;)
I prefer simplicity, PINE...many dislike pine for sure.
But like I say when I see a Lotus or Ferrari cruise'n down the road
at 65 mph... "What a waste of power if you aren't going to use it."
And my mail habits are quite simplex like the majority of email users,
thus, I don't feel that anyone will fall in love with Linux because of
the MUTT mail client.
No offense was meant of course.
Mike Heins wrote:
> Quoting Huck (dhuckaby at paasda.org):
>>I've always hated MUTT...
>>and been use'n linux since '93.
> What mail client do you use? I will express my hate. After
> all -- I hate all non-Mutt clients. 8-)
> Mutt is by far the most powerful mail client I know of -- if you
> know how to use it properly. For instance, I am replying to this
> with a "folder-hook", so that any message I send that was sent
> *to* k12osn at redhat.com automatically makes my From: and Reply-To:
> be what it is.
> Of course if you are in the habit of trying to point-and-click
> your way to happiness, Mutt won't do you much good. But like
> vim, given an investment of time it returns it with interest.
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