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jeremy 01-07-2009 01:06 PM

Mail Client of the Year
 
How do you read the LQ Community Bulletin?

--jeremy

taylor_venable 01-07-2009 10:16 PM

What, no mail(x)? Great for sending messages in a pinch! :)

rigacasey 01-07-2009 10:44 PM

My vote goes to Evolution Mail. From when I first tried it a couple of years ago it has greatly improved. Overall it has satified all my email needs!

Nylex 01-08-2009 02:40 AM

I don't think Pine and Alpine should be separate. They're pretty much the same! You have Emacs and XEmacs together in the text editor category, so why not the same here?

jeremy 01-08-2009 08:53 AM

pine will actually be completely removed next year, as it's no longer under development.

--jeremy

Piccolo_Pete 01-09-2009 11:13 AM

Evolution definitely. Myself coming from the Windows world using Outlook, Evolution definitely wins. Thunderbird, IMO, is alright. A little too minimal for my tastes.

Hitboxx 01-09-2009 03:07 PM

Evolution.

sycamorex 01-09-2009 03:56 PM

Evolution

mjjzf 01-10-2009 02:13 AM

Definitely Claws.

archtoad6 01-10-2009 08:53 AM

I use CommuniGate (my ISP's webmail interface), awaiting their switch to SquirrelMail.

BTW, since SquirrelMail is a web-based e-mail application, is it really an e-mail client, & does it belong in this poll? Doesn't Gmail have an equal claim?
Don't get me wrong, I'm glad to see it (SquirrelMail) because I use none of the others regularly.

jeremy 01-10-2009 09:56 AM

The two webmail applications were added last year, due to overwhelming member demand. They differ from Gmail in that you can download them - they're applications. Gmail is a hosted service.

--jeremy

allend 01-11-2009 08:20 AM

Still using Thunderbird, but find myself using my ISP's browser application more and more as I can access it from anywhere.

richs-lxh 01-11-2009 07:40 PM

Claws is THE mail client. Lightweight, a doddle to configure, pgpinline encrypted messages, aaaaaand........ how do you backup claws mail? Yup just copy and paste the .claws directory and the .mailout dircetory and the ones in your /home dir to a USB pebdrive. Then you can paste them into the /home folder of ANY distro with claws and it will just work. No config, no messing and all your messages and addresses backed up. Claws rocks!!!.

Saptech 01-11-2009 10:59 PM

I hardly use a mail client much anymore and use web based mail, but I would say T-bird.

anticapitalista 01-12-2009 09:16 AM

claws. It is fast, light and fully featured.


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