Re: [Evolution] new to evo

I am using Fedora 22 and it has one of the most recent version of Evolution 3.16.3
As far as I can judge, Fedora is quite stable and all packages are updated regularly, including Evolution naturally.

I don't know which is the most popular distribution, I simply like to run on which is reliable and update !

Wäre vielleicht einen Versuch wert... 
Rudolf Künzli - rudolf kunzli gmail com
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On Sun, 2015-06-21 at 17:22 +0200, Wolf Drechsel wrote:

thank you very much for that reply. 
Can that be true? - I'm using one of the most popular Linux distros -
and cannot find a seriously useable PIM?

I dont like Thunderbird, as I feel it not really integrates the three
major components, kdepim suffers from akonadi, and evolution cannot be
updated to a fairly recent release.

What do folks recommend? - Is Linux Mint a reasonable choice?

A little out of clou....


Am Samstag, den 20.06.2015, 10:16 -0400 schrieb John Lauterbach:
Hello Wolf: The folks who control Ubuntu (Canonical) are not supporters of evolution. All evolution versions that work with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS are obsolete as far as the evolution developers are concerned. The only way around that problem that I have found is to upgrade to Ubuntu 15.04 and got to the fta/gnome3 ppa and download evolution 3.16.0. Please note, however, that there are differences in address book format between newer versions on evolution and the older versions. I have found that you cannot go back to 3.10.4 if you have upgraded to 3.16.0. John
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