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mutt rules and evolution helps to read/sort maildir folders
Mutt can sort too with external programs. Check out imapfilter (assuming you use IMAP), just set up a hotkey for mutt, configure imapfilter, and it's a matter of hitting a key to sort everything perfectly. Once I found this I stopped using TB completely.
I'm CONSTANTLY having to switch back and forth between my linux box at home, and school's Win32-based systems. Since Thunderbird is available for Windows as well, it makes any settings duplication REALLY easy.
I am somehow missing Columba from www.columbamail.org. It had its 1.0 release in 2005 and I have to admit I somehow cannot really decide between Columba and KMail. KMail is the one I favor on KDE systems, Columba the one I favour on any other. Especially if I have to switch between Windows and Linux-Systems.