Gavin W. Burris on 9 Jan 2013 13:04:38 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] good linux mail clients

I like Thunderbird for IMAP.  Just make sure to disable synchronization
in the account settings.  And don't keep hundred or thousands of
messages in your Inbox.

K9 Mail is great on Android.  I still like mutt on the command line.


On 01/09/2013 02:37 PM, Michael Lazin wrote:
> Hi, I have been using Thunderbird and ubuntu at work for many years, and
> I am starting to feel like Thunderbird is inadequate for my needs.  I
> used to keep every email I received using imap, but I am getting more
> and more emails with large attachments and am running into quota
> problems.  When I try to delete my years of back emails Thunderbird
> freezes and stutters and sometimes locks up my pc.  Does anyone have a
> recommendation of a better mail client for linux than thunderbird?  At
> this point I'm willing to try something new if I can find a mail client
> for linux that can easily sort through years of emails and make mass
> deletes easy.  I think it might be time for a change, as I believe
> mozilla is no longer supporting thunderbird officially (from what I
> understand there will be patches but no new releases).
> -- 
> Michael Lazin
> to gar auto estin noein te kai ennai
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Gavin W. Burris
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