On Monday 09 June 2008 19:56:51 Dan Thurman wrote: > 2) I have tried Kmail and again, it has it's own set of problems, > one involving threads, Such as? > and it is SLOW depending on your MB. The only time I've seen it slow is on this laptop, a 700MHz + 256MB RAM setup. On any 'normal' system it isn't slow. > I am using an Intel dual-proc Core-Duo w/2GB ram and it is slow > only because it needs to sync and process each email messages > if you enable thread support. It seems faster without threading > enabled. By threading, I mean email threading. I LOVE the versatility > of configuring the Fonts for each gui panes. Very nice. This is my > current email client. As with Thunderbird, when you click on a folder, > it is at this point where synchronization to the server gets updated > and you have to wait until it is finished - the CPU hits hard, slowing > things down, so you are somewhat forced to wait before beginning the next > step. I wish that this process is done automatically, is niced, and > happens transparently, but it is what it is. From your description I'd gamble that you are using mbox files. Try creating a maildir folder to match each existint folder and move your messages across. Your speed problems will almost certainly disappear. Anne
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