That's where I compiled my list. I was hoping it was out of date.bigj231 wrote:...look at. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_email_clients It's a lot of info...
I'm a Linux newbie and that's exactly the kind of info I need. Thanks!bigj231 wrote:...KDE apps on a non-KDE usually makes a mess though, so I would stick with evolution.
Evolution would be fine but I couldn't figure out what method it used and how to set it. Do you know how to set up Evolution? I checked with the controlling desktop docs ...Gnome I think... but I couldn't find the answer. Perhaps there's a Gnome forum? I'll search, but if you know, would you kindly clue me into it?bigj231 wrote:EDIT: seems like evolution stores messages as mbox instead of maildir. Kmail does the same by default.
And yes, the Mint devs included Thunderbird.
KDE apps on a non-KDE usually makes a mess though
DataMan wrote:KDE apps on a non-KDE usually makes a mess though
For the benefit of newbies reading through this thread, the above statement is not, generally accurate. Since dirt was invented, I've run a number of kde apps quite successfully in non kde environments on a consistent basis. What will happen when you install the first kde app in a non-kde desktop is that you will also install a long list of kde libraries.
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