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my mail account is unchanged over the years, now evolution and thunderbird no longer work with my
simple unchanged settings...but opera works with
no effort...guess my vote! Why does stupid pride of
complexity keep destroying more and more linux apps?
I use SquirrelMail regularly. That is because I use a webmail site and that is the app that they use and I am too lazy to setup the accounts in another program. However, I would prefer to use Mutt! When I finally stop procrastinating, I will see about using Mutt full time.
I use web mail almost exclusively. I can get at it anywhere with the same functionality, usability, look and feel cross platform. Sure there are many email clients which offer cross platform functionality, but they are not installed and configured everywhere, but I can usually find a web browser that is. Honestly, a traditional e-mail client is just about more trouble than it's worth.