Re: [Evolution] Setting up evolution for one user on multiple machines

Do not use nfs on any gateway box, anything that isn't behind a
firewall.  As suggested elsewhere, IMAP is what you want probably, and
make sure its uptodate and whatnot.  Over a lan it can scale up to a
fair number of messages easily.

The other alternative since you are on a lan is just to run evolution on
the one box and have it show up remotely.

On 12 Jun 2001 18:28:14 -0400, Jim Shepherd wrote:

I have a home network of a few computers and access my mail from my
ISP's POP server.  I would like to be able to access all of my mail (new
and saved) from any of the computers.  I have been thinking about using
NFS to share the evolution directory amongst the machines, or running
evolution remotely from the computer on which the mail resides. The
cmputer on which the evolution directory resides is on the same computer
that serves as the gateway to the internet, so it is always on.  Do
either of these seem reasonable or is there a better way?  Thanks for
any advice.

Jim Shepherd
jimshep mindspring com

evolution maillist  -  evolution helixcode com

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