Re: [Evolution] Evo usable as daily/regular mail app?

I'm using evolution 0.8 daily as my primary mail agent. I get about 70
to 90 messages a day on average. Currently, I'm using fetchmail to bring
the messages down to a local maildrop and letting evolution take it from
there. Virtual folders and filters (I've got LOTS of filters) all work
fine and are sufficient for daily use.

I've stayed away from the daily builds due to the various stability
issues but I'll move to 0.9 or whatever comes along that's bit more on
the stable side.

BTW: I'd love to see a release that stabilized things, laid off the new
stuff and included the nice-to-have bits like the spell checking libs,
etc. and the palm conduits. Call it the "boring" release. :-)

On 01 Feb 2001 15:05:26 -0800, Chris Bailey wrote:
What I'm wondering is how people feel about using it as their normal 
mail reader?  Evolution is very appealing to me (ok, truth be told, I 
used to be an Outlook user on Windows).  Mozilla is too slow, and annoys 
me with how it marks messages read just because their subject line gets 
selected.  It also has some bugs, etc.  I've looked at Balsa, gmail, and 
Pronto, but each have a couple things that seem to make me resist 
switching to those; plus I just think Evo is cool.

 Dwight D. McKay, Senior Technical Consultant
 Network Kitchen Consulting
 dwight net-kitchen com

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