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I voted for Evolution because the developers realise that I might actually receive html mail and need to read it easily and perhaps need to quote some parts of it in reply. If the claws devs got real and understood that people do send html mail then maybe I'd use claws, but they decline to offer me even a choice
yes I tried the them, the second one kind of works. I'd rather just have the email displayed in the way the author intended without me having to jump through a couple more hoops (open the seperate viewer and then load the images). It wasn't a satisfactory solution, more a work around. edit: it also didn't do a good job of displayinh text and related images coherently...was a mess. /edit. Other clients display the same mails without any fuss. I just need to be able to read the stuff people send me and I don't feel html in emails is a big deal, though I don't send it myself (can't think why I'd want to) and I appreciate that people using pay per kb services accessing mail via their mobile phone providers have a good reason to object to even receiving it. Imo if you're a desktop user and your mail client is any good at all it's a non-issue whether people send you plain text or html or big attachments etc. Basically I just want to read the stuff and perhaps reply; if a mail client makes this difficult, inconvenient or impossible it's not the right one for me.
I've been using Opera since 2000. Since the implementation of M2 it's by far the most accessible mailclient. Over 15000 mailmessages incl. attachments, over 800 relations have moved along with new versions. And I've always been able to find what i needed. Tried Eudora, kMail, Thunderbird, and many others trough the years, but there's nothing like Opera's M2. I think I've converted at least a hundred people to Opera, most of them to Linux as well.