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Re: evolution email

On Sun, 2009-02-01 at 16:29 +0100, Harry R. wrote:
> Oh well, 
> After trying for a couple of days to get Evolution NOT to return those infamous sync errors 
> that it has been doing for years, after reading a LOT on the Net about this and other evolution 
> problems, after trying to import my old mailboxes (does not work always, or actually, it almost 
> never works), after trying to get it to understand an Mbox layout, and doing evrything again 
> and again, it now freezes at random and even crashed at typing email number 2. 
> Evolution is I am sorry to say probably the most disappointing email client I have ever worked 
> with. Back to the basics.
Evolution is a knock off of Microsoft Outlook.

Evolution also suffers from the GNOME concept of hard coding features
and limiting many user options.

That said, I've been using it for many, many years and it works fine for

mbox files are not always perfect and I have seen instances where the
mbox files themselves can be the problem.

Thankfully, there are a lot of e-mail client choices on Linux so you
should be able to find one that makes you happy.


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