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Re: [olpc-software] graceful handling of out-of-memory conditions



Well, there is sylpheed.  Anyone on the list have experience with it?
Or other suggestions?

And yes, imap on evolution was almost hopeless, and despite having
pretty close to the latest evolution bits, I still see regular hangs.
Evolution just hasn't been the same since Ettore died.
                Sigh,
                     - Jim


On Mon, 2006-03-27 at 12:16 -0600, Dean T. Johnson wrote:
> Jim Gettys wrote:
> > I'm seriously considering abandoning evolution at this point.  For what,
> > is the question.
> >   
> Kudos for sticking with it as long as you have. I stuck with it as long 
> as I could, but eventually the imap cruftiness got to me and I moved to 
> thunderbird so that I have a flat emailer space under linux and OSX. I 
> haven't looked back even once.
> 
> Perhaps there is an emailer that is to evolution what epiphany is to 
> mozilla, that could be used. The experience ssh-tunneled into the 
> corporate network is dramatically different between the two. Just the 
> startup time between epiphany and firefox is like a factor of 10 better 
> for epiphany. If I wasn't on a cable modem, epiphany would be even 
> better I suspect. There should be a nice tight gtk-based mailer out 
> there some place.
> 
>     -Dean
-- 
Jim Gettys
One Laptop Per Child



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