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Re: default mail client

On Fri, 2008-02-22 at 08:56 +0000, Keith Sharp wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-02-21 at 09:35 -0800, Timothy Selivanow wrote:
> > I'm very happy with Evolution as long as I'm not using the Exchange
> > plug-in; all of the mail servers I use are IMAP now.  Oh, there is one
> > issue that I've come across but I've never actually looked into it (only
> > happens on my work computer, so I haven't taken the time to do it).  On
> > one (out of two) IMAP accounts in Evo I have to run the mail filters
> > manually...
> Evolution decides which emails to filter based on the IMAP flags set by
> the server (on a per message basis).  Past versions have been very
> strict about what combination of flags were needed before filtering
> would take place.  Evolutions combination of flags was different to
> those required by Thunderbird, so it appeared that Evolution was
> failing.
> This has been changed in the development version of Evolution, and its
> behaviour should be much closer to Thunderbird.  There is a bug in the
> GNOME bugzilla to track this:
> 	http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=324804
> Keith.

Neat! I await the new version then.

On a related note, anybody have an idea on how the native MAPI work is
progressing on the Exchange plug-in?  While I would love my work to not
use Exchange...it's not really an option at the moment (needs a
seriously convincing tech before this could be considered politically ;)

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