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This is a tough one.. I really like Evolution.. especially for corporate email.. connecting to exchange and whatnot.. I also like Thunderbird on both Windows and Linux.. I even converted my grandmother and grandfather to Thunderbird and they just love it.. Also, on slow computers, sylpheed has all the necessary features and none of the bloat... I have an old notebook that I've been toying around with.. (Pentium 200MMX, 32MB RAM, 3 GB HD) and with both VectorLinux 4.3 and DSL hd-install sylpheed runs pretty nicely...
I was on thunderbird for a few months and started seeing that it repeats some of Outlook's mistakes in order to appeal to Outlook users. Then I found out why KMail seemed broken all along, and fixed it, and am finally happy. Gee, do I wanna load QT and KDE libs or GTK2 and XUL? It's just as slow for me...