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Another vote for Kmail here. Great integration, and its got some neat tricks up its sleeve. I sent a mail yesterday which happened to have the word 'attached' in it, and before sending it, kmail asked me if I forgot to add an attachment since I seemed to have mentioned it in the content. Very thoughtful of it
Migrated from KMail to Thunderbird. Thunderbird is good, especially with Add-Ons installed. Miss the integration with Kontact though a bit, and I hope the developers of Thunderbird and Sunbird will work on a suite as well...
Distribution: Red Hat CentOS Ubuntu FreeBSD OpenSuSe
Originally Posted by theriddle
KMail is fast, light, well-integrated, can poll POP3/IMAP (I've used both), and embeds in Kontact for quick callendar/email-about-it .
for me am receiving thousand emails from routers/servers notifications, am using different browser, including outlook express (hehehe) yeah this really sucks. am using thunderbird for my business emails, kmail for servers/routers notifications and evolution for mailing-lists, all of them have pros and cons. it depends on what really really prefer. i want evolution for its mailing-list features on the filters, kmail for fast downloading since notifications are being sent every minute or two, and thunderbird for better archiving of emails. that's only my experienced. i can't tell other's experienced, maybe they can share theirs so we can have a justification too on this item
I just had to vote for Thunderbird. For me, it's fast, and it does everything I expect from an e-mail client. But I will be honest, the only other client I've tried was Evolution. The problems I had may be system-specific, but it was painfully slow, and horrible for dropping attachments (recipients received a blank page) and strange reformatting of text in the main message during 'send'. I wasn't really nuts over the address book 'cards', either. Just my